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Friday, 9 May 2008

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Even the memorial statue began to foam at the mouth

London - (Hydrophobic Mess): A one mile exclusion zone has been imposed around Hyde Park's Princess Diana Memorial Fountain after frolicking sun worshipers went down with suspected rabies yesterday.

As London temperatures soared to nearly 80 degrees a number of Diana fans were seen stripping off naked and plunging into the six inch deep swirling crystal waters before emerging minutes later, barking mad and foaming at the mouth.

An official press statement was hastily issued blaming a bat from George Bushey Park that may have carried the European bat lyssavirus 2 (EBLV-2) strain.

But park keepers told the press that what they'd seen was nothing more than the usual Diana-fest chain reaction that started outside the gates of Kensington Palace soon after her death ten years ago.

Camilla is raving bonkers.

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