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Sunday, 22 August 2010

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Lest we forget.

The fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square has caused quite a bit of controversial controversy of late with lots of people talking about the issue, about which there is strong disagreement especially in public or in the press.

A Battenberg cake, a blue cockerel and an organ-shaped cash-point are among the six works that were in the running for a place on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square.

But a decision has been made, out of nowhere, to turn the fourth plinth into a stark reminder against the dangers of being a drunken twat near a war memorial with no respect for anything especially themselves.

Following at least two recent cases where memorials have been desecrated by disgusting degenerates, The Greater London Authority have decided to create a special urinal depicting likenesses of Wendy (bury me in a Y shape coffin) Lewis and student, Philip (I'm a good for nothing twat) Laing, holding toilets for members of the public to utilise.

"Good for nothing twat" will be in the mens sections and "bury me in a Y shaped coffin" will be in the ladies facilities.

It is thought that this will deter any further incidents of this nature and ensure that the previous perpetrators will never be allowed to forget their disgusting actions.

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