Astonishing news today from a Cardiff court where Leighton Brynn-Williams-Bellamy (the only Welshman with a triple barrelled surname) was banned from hovering in public places!
The art of levitation has been handed down through generations of his family, and his Uncle Terfyn had a successful stage act in the 70's where he was known as Surfin Terfyn 'It's A Lot Less Bovver When You Hover' Bellamy. Admittedly a mouthful for the Posters but it went down well for a spell. However, as his popularity grew, and he was often seen hovering down the high Street in broad daylight, jealousy started to grow , mainly from people who couldn't float.
Cardiff council cancelled his Levitation Licence and his career was over.
The legacy continued though, and in back street theatres up and down the Welsh coastline fans would flock to see Leighton and his almost miraculous feat once again in action. At the height of his flotational fame he was playing to crowds of nearly twenty screaming Welshmen seven nights a week. Until today that was. Sadly the courts have once again ruined a promising career from a member of the same family!
Speaking from outside the court, Leighton issued this statement, 'I would like to thank my coach, Uncle Terfyn, without whom, none of this would have been possible, and my fans who have been so supportive. Cardiff council may have taken away my livelihood but they cannot take away my soul. I will float at home, and pray for the day the ban is lifted. One day, mark my words, another Brynn-Williams-Bellamy will hover freely above a Cardiff car park. '
Such was the power and raw emotional feeling during his speech, women sobbed openly and one man fainted.