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Tuesday, 28 September 2010

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Athletes from Canada, UK, Oz and NZ have been advised by their CWG hosts not to wear their team jerseys outside the venues - for their own safety.

"Mad Pakistani terrorists are waiting to cause mayhem", said the Delhi Chief of security.

To make burkas attractive, a group of sexy super-models called "Babes 4 Burkas", sashayed down the fashion ramp showing off all the latest styles. Since burkas provide an excellent protective cover for Muslim women from the sexual pawings of repressed Muslim men, CWG hosts felt it could also do double-duty as protective camouflage for the athletes.

So successful was the show that despite the fact burkas come in one-size fits all shapes and limited colors - pale blue, light blue, light black and dark black - the teams snapped up the garments.

Surprisingly, even the normally surly, petulant, crabby, rude, badly-behaved British team gave this a thumbs up.

"It's absolutely brilliant", said the cross-dressing team manager, who has been arrested on many occasions for fondling himself in public at King's Cross station.

Rudy Pecker said he had added 4 of each color to his wardrobe.

"I'm so chuffed", he beamed. "I can now go out completely naked underneath these and nobody will know where my hands are or what they're doing!"

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