Dead comedian Benny Hill has staged a one-man protest outside his local politician's office in order to demand that silly chase sequences be reintroduced.
The naughty funny man - who has been a regular spiritual presence in the locality since the death of Princess Diana stirred up his national patriotism - camped outside MP David Tacklewacker's residence.
Accompanied by an unidentified small bald man, Hill runs up and down the street ion a haphazard fashion. He also pulls his ghostly car up near the footpath and plays the theme music from his hit 70's show at full volume.
Silly chases were banned under a government health and safety decree in 1994. Several children had broken every bit of advice they had been told about running with scissors and holding a balloons in their mouths.
There were several deaths. The government stepped in and banned the practice.
Hill has vowed to continue his protest for as long as it takes.
"I'm dead and I've got nothing better to do until Halloween", he said.