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Saturday, 17 March 2012

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Always change your pants daily and check for skid marks to avoid embarrassment.

Jason Russell, the co-founder of the 'Invisible Children' charity behind the "Kony 2012" video that went viral on youtube, is set to launch a sister charity called 'Invisible Underpants' and release a video about the embarrassing phenomenon of disappearing underpants.

The phenomenon is alleged to have claimed Mr Russell as its latest victim after he was innocently strolling down a street in San Diego in his underpants when they mysteriously disappeared leaving him naked.

Experts have named the condition 'Invisipants'. Dr Gussett, from the Underpants Research Institute said that they are yet to find a clear explanation for the condition although they have a theory which he explained. "Underpants are very sensitive and can become very stressed if they are carrying a large load. Don't forget that they have to carry our undercarriage on a daily basis. We also believe that skid marks can lead to bullying from clean underpants. As a defence mechanism to avoid these problems, underpants may of developed the ability to become invisible. All of this is speculation at the moment but we believe there is strong evidence to support these theories. We advise everyone to change their pants on a daily basis and check them regularly for skid marks. Our motto is 'Look after your underpants and they'll look after you'."

San Diego police have detained Mr Russell while they investigate the possibility that his underpants disappeared of their own accord.

A spokesman for the underpants said it was likely that they were suffering from emotional and physical exhaustion after not being washed all week.

All we know is that this story is a load of pants. (Ed - Sorry!)

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