Simon Cowell livid after Spanish Villa wrecked

Funny story written by IainB

Tuesday, 31 August 2010

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Cowell's four hundred million pound a day mansion

X-Factor supremo, Simon Cowell, is said to be livid after his select hopefuls apparently held a party in his three hundred million pound Spanish Villa in Marbella and trashed it.

A source inside the X-Factor listed the many items damaged during the party, including a five thousand pound rug, a bondage rig and some valuable antique jars. Additionally, they drank all of the booze in the villa, including the mouthwash Cowell has flown in specially from Tonga.

Cowell has said that the damage will be paid for from the contestants' first royalty cheque, giving an indication which contestants are likely to be chosen by Cowell to win.

All is not what it seems, however.

The contestants have all been sworn to secrecy over the whole incident; however, Angelo Deville, the gardener at the fifteen thousand pound a day villa, came forward with a startling revelation.

The contestants were not in the villa that evening, having all been shipped to a nearby hotel.

Cowell, who is engaged to be married to Mezhgan Hussainy, was apparently alone in the villa with Sinita and Angelo's wife of two weeks for the entire evening. Angelo, who lived on the grounds of the house until yesterday, has vanished, and is no longer able to corroborate his story, although his wife has been employed as a maid.

Therefore, the story that the rug was stained and vases broken during a wild threesome are mere speculation only, until Angelo turns up, or one of the contestants breaks the confidentiality agreement.

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

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