A gay man from Manchester has publicly stated that the threat posed by the potential nuclear meltdown in Japan, has left him 'bored' and that, rather than being worried about the effects of a dose of radiation, he is more concerned over what he is going to wear on Friday night.
Larry Sabu, 20, was speaking to friends in a gay watering hole in the city centre yesterday, and told them:
"I couldn't care less about radiation. I'm fed up of hearing about it. I'd much rather talk about what I'm going to wear on Friday for the Rear Admirals' Convention. I may wear a pink tutu and tiara, or I might sport my leather lederhosen, which always goes down a treat!"
The Rear Admirals' Convention is an annual event held in the city to celebrate gayness and homosexuality, if they aren't the same thing.
Thousands of homos from all over the world - including a smattering from Japan - gather together for the largest cock-holding party in the gay calendar. Larry will be attending for the fifth year running, and told us:
"Everyone is worrying about the nuclear threat, and the writer of this story has cleverly worked the radiation theme into what is ostensibly a piece on the subject of homosexualness, in order to try and catch views from those who are interested in the misery of the Nips affected by the earthquake, the subsequent tsunami, and the chaos and terror which have resulted from both."
The Rear Admirals' Convention will be held this Saturday 19th March in Piccadilly Gardens, and starts at 9am. Larry said:
"Japs have notoriously small cocks, and I can't say I'm too bothered that there won't be many of them here this year."