The Labour Party have publicly endorsed a new campaigning organisation called the Heterophobes Against Heterosexuals Army (HAHA) who have been targetting male-female couples who have been seen in public together without a chaperone.
HAHA have been seen throwing buckets of water over them or reporting them to the Police. A spokeswoman for HAHA said, "it is vile and repugnant. Seeing men and women cavorting round in public like this, holding hands and kissing one another. It just makes me want to puke. There were even children around. They had no shame! Walking hand-in-hand in a park like that, how could they? Don't they realise the effect they have on children? It's appalling!"
A Labour Party spokeswoman confirmed that, "we do have plans to bring forward legislation in the next parliament to criminalise this kind of offensive behaviour. Men and women should not mix at all in public and we support HAHA's campaign to highlight the damage to society that results from this kind of action."
When quizzed about connections with Arab countries who also have this kind of legislation, the spokeswoman refused to comment, but just smiled knowingly.