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Thursday, 12 March 2009

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Turse even makes his own pathetic red nose each year to avoid having to buy one.

Ned Roseday, Chief Charities Correspondent at the Big Bum Corporation (BBC) has complained to TheSpoof.com about an article concerning Clown Prostitutes who were said to be offering Comic Relief.

"This is just the kind of badly written rubbish that the BBC has come to expect from TheSpoof.com", he said. "Comic Relief is a respected charity, and this kind of juvenile behaviour only causes trouble. If you ask me, that reporter Roy Turse has made a bit of a fool of himself."

A spokesman for TheSpoof.com was quick to defend Roy. "You are absolutely right", he stated, "This man Turse is a disgrace and we apologise unreservedly for his behaviour. His actions have brought the site into disrepute, and we intend to investigate the matter fully. If Turse is found guilty of inciting charitable hatred, he will be summarily dismissed."

He went on to say that Turse was a freelance journalist who in no way represented the views of the site, and had only been used by TheSpoof.com on a few occasions in the last month. "We don't know much about him really", he said, "but he is universally despised by the other writers here due to his annoying habit of never finishing his


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