A 12-year-old boy, known only as "A boy" (he said he will issue a super ink-junction - i.e. stuff our heads in the ink well - if we mention his name or where his school is) who wore a skirt in class and who originally said he did it as a protest against a ban on boys wearing shorts, has since admitted it was all a scam.
He actually did it in an attempt to fool fellow female pupils at the school, in particular Chardonnay Wilson, into thinking that he too was a girl, just so as he could get away from the rough and tumble of British Bulldog and Conkers (under Health and Safety Executive Jobsworth Rules) and play something a little more laid back such as doctors and nurses.
His school is so prim and proper that until "A boy" turned up in his skirt, very few of the female pupils were even aware that boys had legs, and sight of his knees caused mayhem and chaos amongst the girls, who up to now have only known how to scream at the top of their voices when JLS or Olly Murs appear on television or when Miley Cyrus turns up in court.
This morning, Head Girl, Emma Hoighty-Toity, issued a statement to the press condemning "A Boy" for turning up in his skirt.
"Next thing you know, my junior girls will think that boys have arms as well. And as for other boys bits, I'm simply turning green at the thought. My grandmother, Mary Whitehouse, must be spinning in her cubicle down there in hell."