Written by Jaggedone
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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

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A drunken British racist (not proven), Jamie Whitepower (named changed for legal reasons), was dared by his drinking mates to go and anger Muslims praying in a mosque down the road.

Jamie, a bit of a lad and not particularly happy with Muslims praying to Allah in his beloved country stopped at the butchers, bought several slices of best smoked ham, a loaf of bread and sandwiched them into their shoes whilst they were on their knees praying to the "Almighty One"; six times a day.

He then, after another couple of pints of best bitter, hung several pork chops over the railings of the mosque annoying the congregation even further.

As the Muslims exited and attempted to squeeze into their shoes Jamie and his mates were all hiding behind a bush pissing themselves with laughter (that's what piss-artists do).

The congregation complained to the police and Jamie was arrested and threatened with life imprisonment (?), but was given a six months suspended sentence instead after admitting only to "having a bit of fun," apologising and claiming that what the Muslims said about him; being an infidel, racist pig was a total "Porky Pie"!

The Muslims have not yet put a fatwa on his head, but if he does it again they have promised to roast him on a pig-spit alive, crackling!

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