Taylor Lautner Loses His Head!

Funny story written by Bureau

Thursday, 1 April 2010

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I guess it happens to all of us at one time or another but maybe not to this degree.

As reported recently, the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in New York City near Times Square, had Robert Pattinson's clothes stolen and now Taylor Lautner has lost his head.

It seems that a whole set-up of actors in the Twilight Series is going to be featured at the famous museum but the arrival of Taylor Lautner was a special occasion. You see, Lautner was actually there to see his likeness brought in with a couple of other wax exhibits, before the museum opened.

The plan was that the news reporters from the paper and websites would get a good likeness of the real Taylor Lautner standing beside his wax figure...in the same pose.

What happened that ruined the day, at least for the museum and the reporters, was the fact that one of the two guys carrying the heavy figures in (there were three in all) got a cramp in his leg just as they were ducking under the large doorway.

The real Taylor Lautner was standing just ahead of the workmen and saw the top of the figure that was under cover, topple off and his own head rolled out at his feet, looking up at him.

What happened then was the difference in many of today's young actors than those of yesteryear. Lautner picked up the head and began laughing. That started a round of laughter that eased the tension and probably saved the job of a certain worker, who immediately apologized to the museum and Lautner.

No. They won't repair it. The whole thing will have to be done over.

"Why not make it a werewolf?', asked Lautner as he left.

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

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