The spectacle of an all night rave at the House of Lords was greeted with disbelief by their children who thought they could trust their parents to behave.
'I can't understand it' said the teenage daughter of Lord Abercrombie-Flitter 'he's quite normal at home although I am worried he is on his computer too long, but an all night rave is too much! I hear there could be further all nighters at the Lords but they won't let me in.'
'It is about time these Lords, Ladies, Bishops and other riff raff grew up' exclaimed an irate David Cameron, fearing his fixing of the next election was being undermined 'if the behaviour does not improve pronto I will have to make the sale of alcohol so high not even these layabouts can afford it.'
'It was so exciting' revealed a somewhat tipsy Lady Spoonfedsincebirth 'I've not had so much fun since the 1930's. Now I want more!'
A former Labour MP, now a Lord, who wished to remain anonymous as he felt ashamed at not having a double barrelled name said he never realised the House of Lords was so groovy. 'It's right on man. The weed they smoke is something else.'
More tales of another all night party fixed for tonight are anticipated but one Peer said he feared the spoilsports in the Government where going to make them all go home early to bed.