Written by Earl Grey
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Friday, 7 May 2010

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A Milton Keynes child

Scientists have revealed that traces of Neanderthal DNA has been discovered in several people living in Milton Keynes. The DNA suggests that Neanderthals mated with Homo Sapiens, possibly in Newport Pagnel one Friday night.

The result of these encounters is a disturbance in the gene pool, which could explain the goings on outside the local Wetherspoon's on Saturday nights.

Dr Helmut Rubbin of the Milton Keynes Roundabout Institute said "We carried out our survey and we found that some people in Milton Keynes are clearly more backward than others. We now know why. The evidence suggests that there is still at least one sexually active Neanderthal female in Milton Keynes and she clearly enjoys putting it about. We have christened her Sharon and I hope to meet her in a lay by near the coach station."

Could Neanderthals still exist? Certainly it would explain such strange phenomena such as Twenty20 cricket or how Gordon Brown is still Prime Minister.

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