Local Man Calls For Adele To Be Banned From Radio Station

Written by Skoob1999

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

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"Oh Nooo! Not Fucking Adele! Again!

Local man, Martin Shuttlecock today announced that he is to lobby a local radio station, and even be a nuisance if necessary, if the station concerned don't stop playing Adele tracks every other song, all day every day.

Shuttlecock explained that Fart FM (Not quite it's real name, but close enough.) appears to have effectively become the Adele Radio Station.

"It isn't that I don't like Adele," he explained. "I do like her. She's a fine talent, but she gets so much airplay on the radio at work that - quite fankly - I'm getting sick to bloody death of hearing her. She never seems to be off the sodding radio. Morning, noon and night, every other track seems to be Adele. They need to give the poor lass a rest at Fart FM - she's being flogged mercilessly to death, and if they don't stop doing it, I shall be sorely tempted to send them a strongly worded letter. This sort of thing's just not on."

A spokesman for Fart FM told Skoob News that the station was aware of Shuttlecock, and that he is listed by them as 'an idiot.'

"He was always writing us letters. We think it's sour grapes, because he was invited for a tryout for the breakfast programme and we knocked him back. He got the hump about that. But the thing was, he turned up pissed off his nut, and could hardly talk. All this about Adele is just nonsense. We play Adele tracks virtually non-stop because we like Adele. Simple as that. Shuttlecock should go boil his head."

Apparently, many people agree.

More as we get it.

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