Written by Moose

Friday, 7 March 2014

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BOSTON, MA - Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) has finally banned puppets from secretly taking pictures or video under another person's clothing.

PBS management drafted the policy, forbidding the practice, after Elmo was caught up-skirting Katy Perry last year.

Sesame Street pulled the video from the show, but Elmo and several other puppets joined him in filing a complaint with the Puppet Resourses (PR) department, claiming discrimination, since it was legal for humans to engage in the practice.

Elmo's spokespuppet issued the following statement after the new policy was issued: "Puppets everywhere are outraged by this decision. It is proof that puppets are not being treated equally under the law." He added, "We plan on appealing the decision to Fraggle.".

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Topics: TV, Upskirt




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