The Archbishop of Canterbury, already embroiled in a war of words over his controversial views on Sharia Law, has revealed in a statement that he has converted to Islam.
The statement, on his website, says that the Archbishop has, over the last few weeks, become disillusioned and disenchanted with Christianity and its archaic outlook, and that he "fancied a change".
He is thought to have contacted several internet sites that deal with Islamic Conversions, although one of these turned out to be a Muslim builder who installs, not conservatories, but mosques in your back garden.
The Archbishop, whose real name was Dr Rowan Williams, is currently being treated in hospital in London by mental health staff, and is not expected to be released any time soon. He has told readers of his website that he now wishes to be known as Farukh Yousil Ebastard, and renounced Christians as "infidels" and "barbarians".
The General Synod is looking into the matter, but has said that it currently has no plans to ask the Archbishop to resign.