A new edition of the Bible, which is said to contain references to modern life, rather than talk of coverting Oxen has been lost on a Laptop on the way to Rhyll.
Macmillan, the publisher who are behind the new edition of the best selling book of all time are said to be furious with the work experience student, Tony Blair, (no relation to the former Prime Minister) who left the laptop on the train, after taking it home to check the copy for the right number of youth references.
Speaking to us earlier Micheal Ug from the publishers told us: 'We thought having a youth checking it would make it more appealing to the young, who wish to know more about religion, but now we have lost it. I bet they had this problem with the old edition though.
Obviously, idiots did not leave it on a train, but I am sure that the odd word was not translated properly, and some papyrus probably got wet and some point, and made the words run into each other, but that was a small price to pay. It is not as if we have lost the only copy we have, it is just that some one somewhere will find, and print it before we can get it out. We will have to rush release it now, and that is no good for either us or the public'