Word has reached us of some unseemly behaviour, featuring that old favourite internet hot air. Which is currently going down, in Welsh Wales. This internet spat is said to have broken out recently, after Iraq war veteran Harry Wales had visited a Cardiff school.
Local media are reporting that video's have been placed on websites such as youspoof showing a Mr Adolf Hitler talking to well known Swansea fan Jack Goosestep as they arrange a Nuremberg rally type victory parade to celebrate their team's promotion to the 2nd division.
The video is also said to show Cardiff Soul Crew members trying to obtain by force refunds for goods bought in error from the dressmakers up the road. They are also said to be claiming that next year they will get all their money back. By whatever means, with all interest due.
These shocking scenes of violence are said to have disappointed the young prince greatly. Whether any of Harry's young audience at his agincourt Welsh archer speech were involved is unclear. If it turns out that they have been, they will soon find out placing video's on the internet encouraging others to seek refunds from dressmakers through acts of violence is naughty and could lead to detention.
Harry claims to have no allegiance to either but was once famously pictured going to a fancy dress party as a Swansea fan complete with small black moustache.
He is also thought to have visited Swansea shortly after his Cardiff school visit to meet in person their famous dressmakers. To view a range of casual crusade wear or possibly some of the more formal dress uniform they are known for. One would hope that Harry will remember to pay his tailor unlike his distant relative Charles the second, who somehow forgot to square up with his, after losing the battle of Worcester.
Most royal watchers in the media feel this regal mission into Wales. Specifically arranged for the purpose of unifying the legions, as well as recruiting bowmen and purchasing crusade wear to be used during the ever nearer, crusade to jeruselem of 2013, has been a PR disaster for the young prince and could affect recruitment in the run up to the big kick off.
Many experts are saying with the Welsh Legions now at each others throats, peace in the valleys and Welsh unity in time for the crusade seems most unlikely.
Police investigating the incident came across clue's as to the culprits identity early on in the video,such as a banner headline claiming this video is a soul crew production. Instantly dismissed as a lead going nowhere. Stills of the freckled faced gingered haired Mr goosestep held their attention for a while but was also deemed of no significance. Another clue printed on the front page of the local newspaper had the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all parties involved. This was considered too obvious and rejected out of hand. The search is said to be continuing.
Opinion in the police service of Wales over the handling of the two explosive fixtures, due to take place this season, was divided, Ispector Jones Versace based in Swansea expressed the hope his senior officers Overseeing these feisty Welsh derby games, would use their resources and experience well and try their ultimate best to prevent what is usually a happy family carnival day, from becoming a free for all and bloodbath on the streets of both Cardiff and Swansea.
Sergeant Rhysdale Jones based in Cardiff said he would probably be working at both of the games and if not he would get stuck into the jacks anyway.