Violent disturbances today followed a rally by single mothers on state benefits in central London following a government pledge to crack down on fat-arsed slappers milking the treasury dry.
Police confronted several hundred single mothers in Trafalgar Square where a tense stand-off endured for quite some time, during which several officers had to be treated for paper cuts caused by blows from Child Benefit books.
Miss Sandra Nloved-Nwantedbyanyman, a mother of sixteen, said in a statement to this reporter: "We got rights, and the government got no bizniss messin wid dem. When dey come to power dey tell us to have kids an get a free council house an benefits an ting - now dey tell us dey can't afford to support us no more. It not good enough.
"Jus cause we don't pay no taxes dem tink dem can push us aroun. Dem wrong. If me want to feed me kids on beans and nuggets and noodles an ting while me get wasted on crack, dat no bidniss of nobody but me. An if dey tink dem gonna get me to work dey is well mistaken."
When challenged as to why the police failed to respond with more vigour to such a violent outburst, one officer stated: "Look at them - would you touch them? Even with a stick?"
An unnamed observer noted that he was puzzled as to why a number of the women spoke in in fake Caribbean accents when they originated from places such as Leeds and Leicester.