Written by Jaggedone
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Friday, 9 September 2011

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Too low this one, Bunji jumpers need a real kick without strings attached!

A slightly drunken Sheep farmer lost a bet in the Red Dragon, Shropshire, close to the Welsh Border and his mates, also slightly drunk, forced him to fulfil his lost bet.

Arthur Twiglet, half filled with Welsh blood, bet that the Welsh would stuff England and he lost, sadly. If he lost he vowed to bungee jump off of the Chirk aqueduct at midnight with no strings attached!

The Boyo's marched Arthur off to the aqueduct, filled him up with a bottle of whisky (always good for pain killing) and watched as brave Arthur stood on the every high aqueduct wall ready to jump.

They pleaded with him not to do it as they only meant it as a joke, but Arthur insisted. A passing canal boat observed proceedings and shot the whole thing and then put it on You Tube instead of thugs throwing puppy dogs over; makes a change.

Suddenly Arthur jumped, he flew head first into a bunch of trees below the aqueduct and luckily they broke his fall, but also broke a few bones too. He survived and is now recovering from his "hangover" in the local hospital.

The pictures on you Tube have caused a sensation and now global bungee jumpers are attempting the same feat. Arthur refuses to accept responsibility for any fatal accidents because he jumped with "no strings attached!"

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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