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Tuesday, 28 August 2007

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Most Parisians don't give a monkey's

Rive Gauche, Seine - (Agence France Pisse): A new statue of Princess Diana is being planned for erection on a Left Bank site where a former colonic irrigation clinic once catered to the peristalisis needs of thousands of Parisian smack addicts who, like Diana herself, needed external bodily intervention just to have any kind of normal daily motion.

Diana's twnety year heroin habit was shielded from pubic scrutiny by diplomatic protection squad officers on direct orders of successive UK prime monsters after Margaret Thatcher did a deal with the princess's real-life parents - George Herbert Bush and Marcia Williams, Lady Falkender - to gag any mention of her little narcotic secret.

Today's news from Paris has come as a surprise to many in the city who think her drink-drive death after failing to wear a seatbelt is best commemorated with a sobriety monument reminding others of the perils of short-lived holiday romances ending in alcohol-driven disaster.

And the city's mayor is still expecting to be reimbursed by the UK for the estimated $10 million clean-up costs involved in her death, the official magistrate's criminal investigation and associated expenditure.

"Franky most French people don't give a monkey's," a source commented today about Diana's death 10th anniversary on Friday.

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