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Saturday, 23 December 2006

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Experts agree it's a slice of Hovis extra thick toastie loaf

The worlds of art and religion have gone into melt-down this morning following an unprecedented occurrence.

The Last Supper, by Leonardo Da Vinci, has had a miracle transformation and a piece of toast has appeared slap bang in the middle of the painting. It can clearly be seen on the table in front of Christ; just beside his plate.

Art expert, Brian Sewell, is an obnoxious oaf so we didn't ask him about it but Rolf Harris, who knows about art too, told us:

"It's amazing and I think I can tell what it is. I've examined it closely and unless I'm mistaken it's a slice of Hovis extra thick toastie loaf"

Rolf's claim is backed by many other experts and the Bishop of Southwark agrees with him too, although he may have still been pissed.

Pilgrims are flocking to the painting from around the world to see the 'miracle' and the Pope is understood to be considering making the slice of toast a saint. A Vatican spokesman told The Spoof:

"It's early days yet but we do feel that there is something wonderfully miraculous about this and that it could well be a harbinger of something important to mankind"

TV chancer, Derek Acorah, the only psychic whose name rhymes with a tasty Indian snack, said:

"There is definitely something significant going on here" and perky ex-Blue Peter presenter, Yvette Fielding, agreed with him.

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