It seemed impossible. Many people thought they were dreaming when they heard it. But it happened, and it happened on a farm in Somerset.
David Powkin is 56. He has been working on Randunlend Farm for 40 years now having taking over from his father. And yesterday in the middle of the night he shoved a goose up his own anus.
We tried to get an interview with Mr. Powkin but he has refused to comment.But we have discovered undiscovered facts. Looking at his medical reports it says that he went repeatedly to his GP complaining of a pain in his right foot.
The doctor diagnosed him with Kento-rickitus, most commonly known as Barney the Dinosaur Syndrome. An incredibly rare diseases that is not inherited genetically. It makes the patient develop insane urges to shoves things up their arse. His GP said that he should drink seven cans of Red Bull once a week in order to calm down the rash that he would develop.
But Mr.Powkin ignored doctors claiming they were all "Bloody, Communist liars".
As for the goose, he is major trauma and is seeing a Psychologist for deep help sessions.
So, the big question is from now on is. How can we stop this from happening again?
From now on geese will be fitted with safety tags round their neck that will be activated when a goose's head goes up someone's arse. When activated a crack S.A.S squad will arrive instantly at the scene and arrest the culprit.
The government hopes that this will provide safety for gooses every where.