Police warned today that the Liberal Democrats are 'out of control'. The main problem is that the Party have gone underground, searching for their grass roots supporters.
Nick Clegg put a brave face on the embarrassing episode: 'We didn't win the election' he revealed 'so we can't always do what we want to do. I feel that our self control is getting out of hand and we should refuse to answer any further questions.'
Simon Hughes, another LibDem who sometimes has his differences of opinion with Clegg, repeatedly stated 'No comment' to questions posed to him by a host of underground detectives who had detained Hughes after finding him suspiciously with several dead roots among the grass roots of his party.
David Cameron came to the LibDems rescue. 'We have not won the election' he revealed 'so we have to try and explain how the LibDems can expire without it being my fault. I think we can claim to have done pretty well so far.'
Labour, sensing a chance to rise in the polls and win a bye election, printed a statement: 'We can say bye bye to the LibDems who are now clearly out of control orders.' LibDems immediately claimed this was a lie which would make the Labour bye election win invalid.