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Friday, 16 October 2009

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Breaking news - Richard John Bingham, 7th Earl of Lucan, better known as Lord Bingham or Lord Lucan and colloquially called "Lucky" Lucan, has washed up on the social networking site 'Arsebook', 35 years after disappearing on 8 November 1974, following the murder of Sandra Rivett, his children's nanny.

His whereabouts during the intervening years have been the subject of much speculation.

Much was made of the claims during the 80s that he had been abducted by aliens. Many also believed that Lucan had murdered and then stolen the identity of the Dalai Lama, and was living a life of peaceful meditation in Tibet

TheSpoof.com can reveal that His Holiness the Dalai, is alive and well, and will be playing the role of Widow Twankey in this years production of Aladdin at Bolton Little Theatre.

Lord Lucan, on the other hand, will not be playing any pantomime characters, but will, it appears, be teasing the Arsebook regulars with his razor sharp wit, and dashingly English good looks, whilst evading all attempts to get him to disclose his whereabouts.

Arsebook regulars have been attempting to trick the elusive Lord into telling them where he is hiding out by trying to lull him into a false sense of security before dropping into the conversation an apparently innocuous question, such as, 'Where are you?'

The wily old bounder has thusfare avoided all well laid traps, but one Arsebook regular, Osama Bin Liner, caused a flurry of activity yesterday by stating that Lord Lucan was spending this weekend with him in his cave on the Afghan/Pakistan border. 'Lucky and I are having some mighty fine goat, and I'm hoping to get him to add his name to the list of Al-Qaeda luminaries.' Bin Liner told 'The Spoof'

Good on ya, Lucky. Wherever you may be.

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