The leader of the British Nazi Party, Nick Nasty, was in trouble today about comments he made about potential voters he didn't meet in a town outside Barking today.
Following an interview with Radio Scrotum in the village of Mad B'Stard just outside Barking, he didn't realise his microphone was live as he re-entered his election Transit Van with his election agent Max Goebbels.
He was overheard by the assembled people from the media - a chap called Derek from the local hospital radio and a couple of pirate DJ's who went along for the free pencils - calling a man from India an "Indian man", a local Islamic kebab-shop owner a "local Muslim man" and a Rabbi a "Rabbi".
When news of the gaffe reached the media, there was an immediate outcry, and one news vendor was heard to shout "Evening Post" quite loudly behind Mr Nasty's back.
Mr Nasty went on to say that it was never the intention either he or his party to cause offence, ogate or even orailings, and he sincerely apologies or even for than matter, apologises for what he called "the lack of precautions my mother took 9 months before I was born."
As a result of his callous outburst, the BNP is being disbanded tomorrow, and members and supporters are now returning in droves to their jails and special institutions.
Mr Nasty was said to be alarmed about the situation in Thailand and was reportedly going to Bangkok, although his wife said it was a disgusting habit.