Britains Got Talent - Neil Horan looks like any ordinary 'priest-bloke' says Piers

Funny story written by Khadija

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

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BGT producer did not recognise the international loon Neil Horan.

The crazy high profile lunatic protester Neil Horan 'looked like any other dancing priest' said ex- tabloid editor Pearce Organ.

"Yes I have seen footage of him in the past disrupting the Olympics and running on to formula one tracks risking his own life and the life of other drivers, but when I saw the guy on our show wearing the same outfit- I did not put two and two together. I just thought it he was an ordinary ex-priest that had a 'Bewitched' fixation. It is an incredibly easy mistake to make."

When our reporters challenged the shows producers the six year old head of department said " We coudn't possibly know Neil Horan the dancing priest, was Neil Horan the dancing priest. Horan is a very common name in EIRELAND and priests can be seen dancing on every street corner along with Leprechauns, the pope, Bobby Sands and nuns".

Still not satisfied with this answer - our reporter pressed the six year old producer; who had now switched on the TV and was watching Dora the Explorer. Our man challenged the producer by stating the inclusion of Neil in the program was merely good old fashioned Irish stereotyping, hiding behind an oily explanation, to which the producer said " Leave me alone or I will tell my daddy"

Neil Horan has been put through to the next round on BGT and it is thought that the Brazilian whose chances he scuppered at the Olympics will be pushing him off the stage during his jig.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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