Written by IainB

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

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Paris with her arms down for a change

Paris Hilton, billionaire playgirl, was caught by paparazzi performing a Nazi salute on a boat in San Tropez this week. After the an initial furore with the world's press accusing her of everything short of War Crimes, her people tried to laugh it off, claiming she was dancing, and just happened to have one finger across a top lip, whilst the other hand was pointing up at an angle of forty-five degrees; that there was no intent to offend.

That excuse is set to be recanted after the only suitable suitor on the planet has declared his undying love for the pap princess.

Prince Harry Windsor has come out and announced that he now finds Paris Hilton unbelievably sexy.

The British Royal, who was in trouble last year for a similar incident in which he acted out his German roots, had never previously paid Paris Hilton any attention. After seeing the picture, Harry has announced that Paris Hilton, who was named after a hotel in France, is the woman for him, a woman who shares his ideals and beliefs.

For her part Paris Hilton is said to be flattered and the pair are planning a wedding in May next year. Though they have not yet met, their people have, and wedding locations are being scouted, such as Nuremberg or Berlin. Or they might take over Poland for a week. Harry has approached Nick Griffin to be best man, but Griffin declined citing that Harry and Paris are too right wing for him.

Harry's grandfather, Prince Philip is said to be very happy that finally, there will be somebody in the family who makes more gaffs than him.

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

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