BIRMINGHAM - Counter-Bullyline, a anti-bullying helpline, has been forced to shut down after being attacked by other charities.
"We had to," said a spokesman, "Headlines [Mental Health] and Pro-Home [Homeless] said they'd beat us up if we told the [Birmingham City] council. They wanted to steal our donation money."
CBL closed after facing funding shortfalls for the previous reasons stated, and will leave 15 jobless, and a nice property on Corporation Street.
When asked, the city council's Department for Charities and Non-Profits said that "Headlines and Pro-Home were just joking around - you know charities. It might've gone too far, but you know, CBL are wimpy snitches, the ordeal would've done them good."