The European Human Rights campaigner Noel Fielding has called for the Nation to fight for its rights to wear pyjamas. Not just in Tesco, but anywhere they want. He revealed this new campaign at a Press conference in Brussels and says he will die for the cause.
Noel Fielding, the Human Rights campaigner, is not to be confused with Noel Fielding the Mighty Boosh comedian. They are two completely different people and Noel, the human rights campaigner, is said to be annoyed with the confusion. Friends say that the association gives the impression that his campaigning work is a big joke, and its not. He's deadly serious.
He thinks that big business is dictating the way we live and he wants it to stop. He has decided to host a pyjamma party in Trafalgar square on Monday Morning at 8.00 before everyone goes to work. He has invited everyone to pop by and share a cup of hot chocolate with him and show their support, whilst dressed for bed. He'd also quite like it if everyone would wear pyjamas for the rest of the day...even when they go to work or visit their bank manager.
After Noel's breakfast time Pyjama party is over, he will be heading over to Tesco with his band of Pyjama party people and they will host a sit in, in the carpark, so no one can enter or leave the Tesco shop, unless they're wearing pyjamas.
Noel says he's willing to go to prison for his right to wear pyjamas. He doesn't want to go alone though, he wants you to join him. So put on your pyjamas on Monday and go see Noel in Trafalgar Square. It may seem trivial but if pyjamas are banned today, what will it be tomorrow? It could be hats. Hats could be banned forever, and that would be a crime against all humanity.