Stacey Solomon Unveiled As A Spy On Wikileaks

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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Oi Loves Stacey Solomon Oi Does! - Matt From Southampton

Wikileaks' latest leak suggests that former X-Factor finalist and current I'm A Celeb heroine, Stacey Solomon has been employed by MI6 and kebab entrepreneur Ali Bullo, as a spy for months.

MI6 remained tight lipped when Skoob Entertainment News approached them, leaving us wondering if they were perturbed, or merely taking the piss and trying desperately not to laugh.

Serious analysts, such as our very own Buffty Ginslinger (when we finally caught him in relative sobriety in The Tottenham pub on London's Oxford Street) seem to think that Stacey would make an excellent spy.

He told us:

"Stacey's just a darling. She's absolutely dippy and doesn't seem to give a hoot one way or another. She'd make a much better spy than Anna Chapman, because people wouldn't take her seriously. If she were to show up wearing a low cut top, a combination of her impressive cleavage - or breastiture if you prefer - combined with her giggly Essex WAG attitude would melt the heart of the hardest man. Like Vladimir Putin, and he'd be putty in her hands. I know I am."

We thanked Buffty for his input as he went to the bar for another large G&T. We then asked him what he thought of TV shit sifting doctor Gillian McKeith, who was kicked out of the jungle by Kant and Feck? He told us:

"That bloody woman...a consummate fucking liar dear boy. The only way forward for that wizened old hag is to stand for parliament..."

More as we get it.

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