Doubts have been raised that the given reason the Oscar Pistorius trial was adjourned for at least four weeks to allow Pistorius to be assessed for mental illness is in fact the truth.
An investigative Reporter from Pretoria, has revealed this was a rouse probably hatched up between the Prosecution and the Defense due to strong speculation that, as the case progresses, Pistorius is very likely to be convicted.
The Reporter has revealed that Pistorius will in fact be admitted to The Steve Biko Academic Hospital for a rectal examination.
Pistorius, who competed at the London Olympic Games in 2012, will in all probability be sentenced to serve a considerable term of imprisonment in a selection of South Africa's many prisons. Up to sixty inmates occupy a single cell in Pretoria Central Prison and they eagerly await the arrival of Pistorius who they declare to be 'quite cute'.
Officials have expressed concern that Pistorius will be able to physically cope with what is expected to be the 'attention' lavished on the disabled star.
Should examination confirm he will require treatment for enlargement and/or reinforcement it could mean an even longer delay in resuming the trial.
A spokes person for the South African Justice Department said today " We know he is going to be bored, so we are taking the necessary precautions ".