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Topics: Boris Johnson, Fox

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

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Boris Johnson - an endangered species apparently

After the Mayor of London Boris Johnson asked local councils to focus their attention on destroying foxes in the aftermath of the North London twin babies attack, a fox from South London has hit back demanding a cull of Boris Johnsons.

The fox, who wishes to remain nameless, said, 'People perceive Boris Johnson to be a romantic and cuddly character who was mildly amusing on a couple of episodes of 'Have I Got News For You'. In reality, however, Johnson is an irritating pest who spends his days scavenging local government resources and terrorising Londoners on his bicycle.'

Johnson recently attacked a group of motorbike users who were protesting against unreasonable parking taxes. It is possible that the attack was bought on when Boris had become scared and threatened by some reasonable logic so reacted in a completely irrational manor snarling and issuing pointless threats.

Boris-Rights campaigners are incensed with the fox's comments and believe there is still a place in society for modern day Boris Johnsons. Marina Johnson said 'People have to accept Boris Johnson was invited from the countryside into urban areas by the voters of London. He is still trying to understand the ways of working class people and it could take him many years to fully adapt. In the meantime the public could help by not trying to knock him off his bike when they see him and not to encourage him with a camera and a microphone, to open his mouth on live television.'

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