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Funny story: Barristers no longer need wigs

Barristers no longer need wigs

The Barrister's wig is as old as English law, dating back to the first representatives in court in the 1600s. Now, nearly five hundred years later, British Barristers have been told that the wig will be optional. "It's a remarkable step forward,"...

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Funny story: Isle of Man breastfeeding law comes into force

Isle of Man breastfeeding law comes into force

Mothers are able to breastfeed their babies in public for the first time on the Isle of Man after a new law came into force. It comes after the Royal Assent for the Breast Feeding Act was given in Tynwald on Tuesday. The Queen commented, "It gives...

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Funny story: Congress passes law requiring congress to do stuff

Congress passes law requiring congress to do stuff

On capitol hill today, Congress passed a law called the "American Congressional Activity Recovery Act" also known as the 'piece of shit'. This new law would require congressmen and women to actually do stuff when at work on capitol hill rather th...

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Funny story: Local Farmer Arrested Over 'Sports Jacket' Incident

Local Farmer Arrested Over 'Sports Jacket' Incident

A local farmer was arrested at his farm today, after being caught wearing 'non conformist' clothing. The farmer, Jeb Doyle, had decided to shun the usual attire of manure caked wax jacket, in favour of a rather colourful, shiny cotton ski jacket.

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Funny story: Ugandan parliament outlaws doorbell-ditching, witchcraft

Ugandan parliament outlaws doorbell-ditching, witchcraft

KAMPALA, Uganda -- The National Assembly of Uganda entered a recess this week, ending one of the most productive legislative sessions in the country's history. The 375-member unicameral parliament enacted widespread reforms to the country's exhausti...

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Funny story: British Monarchy succession loop hole

British Monarchy succession loop hole

Brian Camden of Salford has found a loop hole in succession law that could see the end of the Windsor dynasty. The upshot of this is that despite waiting for decades, Charles will never attain the throne. "I've been studying succession law," said...

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Funny story: Budget Airline Executive Given "Taste Of His Own Medicine" At Court Appearance

Budget Airline Executive Given "Taste Of His Own Medicine" At Court Appearance

A Ryanfly executive ended up paying more than his fine when he appeared before magistrates for driving offences. Trevor Sprench, 46, of Blenkinsop Gardens, Manningtree, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and driving without lights. He was...

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Funny story: Hoodies to be made compulsory for teenagers

Hoodies to be made compulsory for teenagers

In a bold move, the Conservative Liberal alliance has moved to make the wearing of so-called Hoodies compulsory for anybody under the age of seventeen. The fashion accessory has become de rigueur among boys, and, increasingly, girls. It is often a...

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Funny story: Top Judge gives Cockney 'life' for small willy joke.

Top Judge gives Cockney 'life' for small willy joke.

A petty crook has been sent to prison for life after belittling a Judge's manhood. Willy Scrote, of Hampton Wick, had originally received a "modest fine" for exposing himself in front of the Royal Box at Ascot on Ladies' Day. The jurors were to...

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Funny story: Premier League Star Takes Out Super Injunction Following Missed Penalty

Premier League Star Takes Out Super Injunction Following Missed Penalty

A Premier League footballer, said to be a household name, has taken out a super injunction following a missed penalty. The star feared that if it was reported it might harm his chances of securing a new lucrative contract. Super injunctions have b...

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Funny story: Adolf Hitler Guilty Of Being A Nazi

Adolf Hitler Guilty Of Being A Nazi

Adolf Hitler has been convicted by a German court for being a Nazi. The court sentenced him to 5 years, although he is expected to have this sentence at least halved on the grounds that he is in fact dead. The court heard how Hitler had planned wo...

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Funny story: Journalists to defy super injunctions

Journalists to defy super injunctions

The recent spate of super injunction gagging orders are being defied, and several journalists have decided to ignore these bits of paper obtained from injunction-issuing Justice Sue Mai-Ass, who incidentally wears a very strange wig in court and exp...

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Funny story: Uproar in the House of Commons

Uproar in the House of Commons

There was uproar in the House of Commons last Wednesday during question time. The question put by Patrick Freeman seemed to many, naive and out of sync with the House's pragmatic approach to questions of governance; but its effect was undeniable. He had asked if government would take active measures to curb "national gullibility" in the wake of a general world wide acknowledgement of the...

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Funny story: Who you calling a Jerk, Jerk!

Who you calling a Jerk, Jerk!

A lawsuit citing defamation of character, emotional trauma, humiliation, loss of appetite and sleepless nights has been filed against a man who called his neighbor "a jerk." Congress is in process of proposing a law to prohibit certain words bein...

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Funny story: Illinois House And Gun Owner's Privacy Demonstrate Why Women Should Not Be In Politics

Illinois House And Gun Owner's Privacy Demonstrate Why Women Should Not Be In Politics

Attorney General Lisa Madigan is a prime example as to why voters, both female and male, should not vote for women in political office after she tried to open up the files of gun owners to the public. Madigan said she felt stupid and contagious f...

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Funny story: Two Vicars Charged In Fake Marriage Furore

Two Vicars Charged In Fake Marriage Furore

Two Church of England vicars have been charged after allegedly conducting hundreds of mock marriages intended to aid illegal immigrants defy immigration legislation and remain in Britain, writes Church Travesty correspondent, Arthur Vestry for the Da...

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Funny story: Bolton Man Fined For Littering By Laying Flowers On Town Hall Steps - Claimed It Was A Tribute To The Victims Of Every Disaster That Ever Occurred

Bolton Man Fined For Littering By Laying Flowers On Town Hall Steps - Claimed It Was A Tribute To The Victims Of Every Disaster That Ever Occurred

Bolton man, Vernon Birch (not to be confused with the one who played the wah-wah guitar on the late Isaac Hayes' 'Theme From Shaft') was fined £50 today by Bolton magistrates after placing a bunch of cheap supermarket flowers on the town hall steps,...

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