A German toddler has caused untold mayhem in a British town by playing with an air-raid siren passed down to him by his great-great grand-Furher Adolf.
Fritz Freleng, had been living for the past 6 months with his parents, both call center workers, in picturesque Shrewsbury, England. Each day he awakes at 6am demanding his bottle of warm milk and a game of pat-a-cake, then demands to be brought his beloved siren.
He sounds it continuously for the following 2 hours, causing much disruption and panic to elderly local residents.
"They keep telling us to forget the War", said one old timer, "but it's f***ing bloody well hard to when you have a little German b*****d going around with his own personal air-raid siren!".
The British police are incapable of doing anything due to a law passed in 1946 in which no one is allowed mention the War.
"If he was playing loud techno music, farting noisily or was Brazilian then we could possible arrest or shoot him", said one stupid-looking constable, "but anything connected with the W-A-R is totally off-limits I'm afraid".
Instead furious local residents have turned vigilante, mocking the child in public places by calling him names such as 'one-testicle' and 'gay-boy', hoping that they will have some effect on the little lad.