Written by Simon Cockle
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Topics: Breasts, Parliament

Saturday, 14 June 2008

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Will you be allowed to look at these for 42 days?

A bill to extend the rights of men to stare at women's breasts for up to 42 days has narrowly been passed by the House of Commons. Many of those who suggested that Gordon Brown's ability to stay on as Prime Minister rested with the controversial Titties Bill were unconvinced.

The DUP were crucial in passing the bill that is designed to allow men to ogle women's cleavage, lick their lips salaciously and raise their eyebows seductively for up to 42 days. Human rights groups argued that 28 days was sufficient to allow men to become satisfied but, after that, it was an infringement of the rights of women to go about their normal business.

It will now pass to the House of Lords where opposition to the Titties Bill has been steadily growing. Many Lords have stiffened their resolved against the Titties Bill and, if rubbed up the wrong way, may come out in favour of the opposition. Can I stop now?

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