Roger the Rabbit has been banned by the Society of People Endlessly Ranting and Mouthing (SPERM) for potentially encouraging bestiality amongst the under-aged.
In a move that will annoy liberal and free thinkers, not to mention Bob Hoskins who risked his career by appearing in the film in the first place, this ban could have serious ramifications across the commercial spectrum.
Madge Nasty, the chairman of SPERM, who, like any good dictating moralist has never seen the film, and doesn't even know who Roger Rabbit is, says, in a completely convoluted manner:
"The average child is now much younger than they were say 40 years ago. Back in the sixties, your 7 year old thought a nice fluffy rabbit was either what a bear in the forest wiped its bum with (because we all know that sh*t really sticks to fur) or what the hooray henrys went out to shoot for fun when they became bored with either chasing foxes to death or setting fire to vagrants.
"Now, because of their advances in comprehension and language, we in the Society are afraid that children might think that Roger the Rabbit is an actual instruction, and we can't have them going around doing that, now can we! Who knows where it may end?
Mary Whitehouse was unavailable for comment because thankfully, she ain't around anymore.