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Saturday, 10 November 2007

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"Controversial" Danish newspaper editor Lars Attaks.People in Denmark look like Santa Claus. They also like fish. And cheese

The above headline is taken from "controversial" Danish newspaper Der Betrubel, the same newspaper that printed a "controversial" Muslim-baiting cartoon earlier in the year.

Muslim's around the world are once again up in arms but this time theres no need to worry: the story is not about their beloved prophet - instead it relates to well known nuisance and fat man Mohammed Al Fayed, "controversial" owner of swanky store Horrids.

The newspaper is covering the inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and Al Fayed's son Dodi. Although the trial has quite a bit to go - at the last count about another $9 million - the" controversial" Danish newspaper has announced it's own outcome. Editor Lars Attaks explains their "controversial" theory on what they believe to have "happened" on that fateful 1997 nite in Paris:

"Using press cuttings and internet gossip we at Der Betrubel have pieced together an accurate reconstruction of the last days. They got in a car drove much too fast, crashed at the entrance to a tunnel and died.

"Using complex algorithms and pie charts our journalists/tea boys have concluded that Mohammed Fayed is making a mountain out of a molehill in order to annoy the Royal twats he hates so badly yet ironically aspires to. In essence, Mohammed is a time wasting tosser".

Mr. Al Fayed was unavailable for comment - as he is busy stocking the shelves with his new "Dodi & Di" commemorative dolls for the Christmas rush - but a shop assistant at his store said the millionaire tycoon would probably sue the paper once he's finished with the currant inquest and the next three subsequent inquests, which he intends to seek as soon as this one eventually ends.

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