The government today banned the practice of foxy hunting despite the protests of many randy yokels. The sport was banned after studies showed that the wenches, hunted in Britain since the days of King Edward the Horny, were becoming too buxom for their own good.
Foxy hunting involves chasing some dodgy tarts through the fields of England on horseback, and then spending the rest of the year trying to convince everyone else that it actually is part of rural culture.
However, the sport has been branded ?nonsense on silly stilts' by government ministers and ?as dangerous as a hazard' by the urban public.
A fact highlighted by an incident during last year's Gloucestershire foxy hunt, where a morally-questionable dame died after being impaled on a deceptively sharp bale of hay in a barn.
Critics of the new law have been vocal in their loud-mouthing about the appeal of foxy hunting. The Aylesbury Vale's top slapper, Fanny McSnowdonia, said today, ?our boys like nothing more than a good horse vs. woman leg-chase - you just don't know who'll win!'
In other news, a farmer today blamed a multi-tractor pile-up on the M6 on the outrageous cost of a yard of cider.