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Tuesday, 18 February 2014

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TV skanks' top role model was the Old Queen Mum

London, UK - Proportionally just as many of society's bottom feeders reside in the royal palaces as they do in the seedy Birmingham thoroughfare known as James Turner Street, Britain's official skank central, which features in a downmarket TV show called 'Benefits Street'.

That's the upshot of a UK poll commissioned to mark National Scrounging Awareness week to coincide with the 62nd anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's meteoric rise to high pubic orifice.

Thousands of the poll's respondents said there are just as many trashy, tacky, plebeian skanks in Buckingham Palace as in the Birmingham cut-though after decades of freeloading bastards ransacked the nation's premier royal hub.

A high proportion also felt about 90% of Kensington Palace residents - including Prince William, Kate Middleton and their daft baby Prince Boy George, Prince and Princess Michael of K*nt and a jumped-up MOD nobody called General Sir David Richards - had brought the monarchy into disrepute by their snouts-in-the-trough gold digging.

"The TV show's crap alright," one viewer commented, "and the street's residents are so gross but we all know who their role models are, don't we, luv?"

Catch the latest psychotic episode later tonight.

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