Three MPs accused last week of multiple offences under the 1968 Theft Act, have vowed to use an obscure Law passed by William the Deceitful in 1432 to avoid a lengthy prison Sentence.
One of the three broke down in crocodile tears outside his 15 bedroom mansion complaining, "It's disgraceful to think that in this day and age we can't us parliamentary privileges to rip off the state and people of Britain. For years I have been using my expenses allowance to fund parties, holidays and bling for my Bangkok teenage friend and now it's all over, it's just not fair".
The two other MPs accused The Crown Prosecution Service of; 'trying to disrupt our luxury lifestyle just because it isn't entirely our money to spend'. All three MPs have been accused of false accounting.
The second said he had been using a respected Book-Keeper called Mr Frank Abagnale, that he met at a tube station in Clapham and was thoroughly impressed by his ability to make two and two equal seventeen.
The third MP accused of false accounting drove away from his £3million townhouse in his gold plated Range Rover Sport and refused to speak with reporters.
All three are expected to be acquitted once the Labour leader asks a 'good ole pal' from school to oversee the case.