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Sunday, 19 September 2010

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Contestants now have to scale a miniature version of the Eiffel Tower.. dressed as Spiderman

Nicolas Sarkozy has amended his policy of shipping the Romanians out of his country, in light of recent criticism by the European Union that it mirrored the Holocaust.

Instead of forcing the refugees back onto planes, Sarkozy has launched a brand new game show in which the refugees earn the right to stay in France. Nicknamed Napoleon's Castle and inspired by Takeshi's Castle, 100 contestants have to complete zany challenges including scaling the Eye-full Tower; throwing Croissants at a group of mock invaders; doing an obstacle course through La Louvre as well as using a rifle to hit some Renaissance painting lookalikes.

"I feel this is the fairest way to earn citizenship in France," Sarkozy offered. "My wife Carla suggested we should make it more fun for them. My favourite round is when they use the rifle to shoot those lovely paintings,"

In other news, crisis at La Louvre as paintings are mysteriously disappearing, costing France millions of euros.

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