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Funny story: Nigerian traffic cops corps searching for bald female recruits!

Nigerian traffic cops corps searching for bald female recruits!

Long-haired Nigerian females need not apply for jobs in the Traffic Cops Corps, but it seems that the organisation is having desperate problems finding bald female recruits! After a public display of cutting off female dreadlocks, a senior male of...

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Funny story: UK Councils to prosecute over 8 million people for Nazi-style salutes

UK Councils to prosecute over 8 million people for Nazi-style salutes

In a move designed to make even more money from the hapless motorist, councils throughout the UK are to begin to prosecute motorists (and/or their passengers as appropriate) for making Nazi-style salutes. Hot on the heels of the recent exposé of t...

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Funny story: Boris to Clone Hitlers to make new London Traffic Wardens

Boris to Clone Hitlers to make new London Traffic Wardens

Boris Jackson has begun production of Hitler clones that will pull in more revenue from the London Councils. The Councils, which generate an income of £70 million from parking crimes, can double this with the new clones according to Boris. He belie...

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Funny story: Ford Transit Found On The Sun!

Ford Transit Found On The Sun!

Sky watchers and astronomers alike are said to be amazed following a sensational once in a lifetime occurrence, when a black 1977 Ford Transit appeared on the Sun earlier today. It's strongly suspected that the van, Reg No. HGT 432 S, is a piece o...

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Funny story: Vampires employed as Traffic Wardens

Vampires employed as Traffic Wardens

Several councils across the UK have taken to employing vampires as traffic wardens after a successful trial period in Altrincham, Cheshire. "Wampires make wery good traffic vardens," said Altrincham's councillor, Vlad Le Impaler. "They vork tventy...

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Funny story: Swearing at police is not a crime, rules High Court judge

Swearing at police is not a crime, rules High Court judge

Swearing at police is no longer a crime because officers hear foul-mouthed abuse too often to be offended, a High Court judge has ruled. The landmark judgement came as Mr Justice Bean overturned a public order conviction of a young suspect who rep...

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Funny story: Guide to Traffic Wardens

Guide to Traffic Wardens

Parking controls were introduced to London in 1958. The first parking meters were installed outside the American Embassy. Two years later traffic wardens made their first appearance on the streets of London. They have been hated by motorists ever since. By June 2009 71 police forces issued body armour to traffic wardens after a spate of attacks from angry drivers. How to have Fun with...

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Funny story: Traffic Wardens go undercover

Traffic Wardens go undercover

Unwitting motorists are being caught out by very underhanded tactics, which are increasingly being employed by some councils in England. There have been reports of motorists being issued with parking fines, in the time it takes them to walk from thei...

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Funny story: Fatwa declared on 'over-zealous' Traffic Warden

Fatwa declared on 'over-zealous' Traffic Warden

An over-zealous traffic warden is in hiding today after a 'Fatwa' was declared by an Islamic cleric. Kensington and Chelsea warden, Norman Jobsworth, unwittingly targeted high-profile cars belonging to Qatar's ruling Al-Thani family. The cars,...

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Funny story: Nottingham Traffic Altercation

Nottingham Traffic Altercation

Unpaid reporter Inchcock Chambers reports that his morning, on Parliament Street in Nottingham, outside the Job Centre Plus offices, an altercation over car parking took place. There was the Lord Mayors Jaguar parked, as he was visiting the Ukrain...

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Funny story: Lunatic traffic warden has English village living in fear

Lunatic traffic warden has English village living in fear

Britain's most hated Traffic Warden, Geoffrey Showboat, is in the headlines again. Mr Showboat, 53, dubbed 'The Human Ticket Machine' has issued more than 20,000 tickets in this financial year, completely outstripping previous Olympic standard bas...

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Funny story: 'Flasher' Traffic Warden Caught In Act By Police

'Flasher' Traffic Warden Caught In Act By Police

The man who has been 'flashing' unsuspecting motorists in Maidenhead dressed as a Traffic Warden has been arrested by Thames Valley Detectives. He is in fact a real Traffic Warden and has been granted name suppression until his case is heard at Ma...

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Funny story: Use of psychic paper may confound the parking ticket industry

Use of psychic paper may confound the parking ticket industry

Now that psychic paper has gone on sale at branches of Ryman's, NAUBCCPA, the National Association of Unrelenting Bloody Council Car Parking Attendants, has expressed concern that it may affect the effectiveness of their members in issuing motori...

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Funny story: Traffic Wardens to go to war!

Traffic Wardens to go to war!

In response to recent criticism over soldiers pay, the government has announced plans to deploy traffic wardens into the worlds trouble spots such as Iraq.

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Funny story: Jobsworths face cuts

Jobsworths face cuts

To the many 'Jobsworths' in the UK, you are advised to not take things too literally because you might just meet your match!...

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Funny story: Motorists to become biofuel

Motorists to become biofuel

With the recent spate of government legislation aimed at innocent hardworking motorists, TheSpoof.com has uncovered top secret plans to turn motorists into fuel. Utilising a Roman method of execution, "Decimation" is to be implemented on the roads...

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Funny story: Birmingham's Abusive Traffic Warden

Birmingham's Abusive Traffic Warden

People who work in the Public Sector seem to be under stress and have to meet a certain quota laid down by their employers. Take Traffic Wardens for instance; it has long been believed that they are paid on a commission basis - i.e. the more tickets they issue, the more they get paid. It would seem that can give extra tickets for vehicle condition etc. - they have now become

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