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Friday, 14 January 2011

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Has Gordon Ramsay's Hair Transplant Has Gotten Out of Control

Friends of Gordon Ramsay have tonight denied that a hair found in a bowl of his speciality Scottish soup ever belonged to him.

Friends say the super Chef's hair is firmly fixed to his head and does not fall out.

Gordon was backed up on this point by the plastic surgeon who performed his dodgy looking hair transplant. They all said it was impossible for Gordon's new hair to fall out because they used extra strong glue to make sure it stayed in place. So Gordon's friends think the customer, who refused to give his name, must be lying.

The terrible hair event happened last Tuesday when an artificial looking, shortish, blonde hair was found in some Scotch Vegetable and Haggis soup.

The customer caused an uproar and the waiter had to throw him out. The customer then went around telling everyone who would listen that he hadn't wanted to stay at the restaurant after that anyway, because no one wants hairy soup... especially not fake hairy soup.

The restaurant has since denied all knowledge that the event ever took place and said that Gordon's hair is 100% natural, and his soup has no artificial ingredients in it either.

The restaurant is offering a reward of 20p for anyone who can give them information leading to the whereabouts of the whingey, complaining customer so Gordon can go shout at him in the trademark Gordon Ramsay Way.

By Katarina Frogpond.

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