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Thursday, 28 April 2011

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Blamed after pic's Mary Magdalene suddenly transformed into Wayne Rooney hooker Jenny Thompson

London - Fears that February's Krak De Chevaliers UFO is behind desecration of the Queen's Gallery picture has seen Syrian ambassador Dr Sami Khiyamit booted off the nuptial wedding invite list.

The Damascus craft menaced the Dome of the Rock in Israel earlier this year before its latest foray over London's royal wedding route.

Gallery curators were forced to remove 'The Wedding Feast At Cana' from pride of place in the Throne Room after noticing some of the characters had suddenly begun to sprout 'alien' features.

A pongy bad egg smell also started wafting from the painting prompting paranoia about an extraterrestrial attack on Friday's royal gravytrain beanfeast.

"Mary Magdalene, one of the picture's key figures, was suddenly transformed into Wayne Rooney hooker Jenny Thompson, 21," the Lord Chamberlain Lord Luce-Cannon said today.

Some of the masterpiece's other faces began to look suspiciously like Sarah, Duchess of York - another persona non grata at Friday's wedding.

A Syrian embassy spokesperson said today Dr Khiyamit had been scapegoated by a Mossad whispering campaign.

"Don't blame the UFO if the royals' Big Day go suddenly pear-shaped," the source advised.

Suleiman the Magnificent is 409.

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