LONDON - Prince Charles and his wife Camilla had gone out for the evening to attend a play at The Engelbert Humperdinck Theatre. After the play they decided to drive over to The Attila The Hun Restaurant to have some of London's best crumpets.
As their chauffeur-driven auto made its way down the street it was suddenly besieged by a group of very angry young individuals. The group was comprised of English college students who were protesting the fact that Parliament had voted to increase the prices of their campus cafeteria lunch items including fish and chips, bangers and mash, chicken tikka masala, and Yorkshire pudding.
The angry mob pelted the vehicle with yellow paint, strawberry Jell-O, empty Corona beer bottles, HP Sauce, half-eaten Big Macs, chicken eggs, cow milk, and horse sh*t.
One of the young students identified as Winston "Blokey" Chickerwell of Upper Tooting hollered out, "Taint fair dat me favorite foods dey be 'avin da prices raised upwards now tissit mate?"
And another student, a very bosomy lass named Heather Buxtonshire of Waterloo, hollered out in a high shrilled voice, "And wutt aboot da bloomingly blithering high prices of Birds Custard Powder I duz say. We all know dat its codswalloply wrong even Princey Charlie and Duchess Camilla know, but dey don't seem ta 'ave da goolies ta care a fookin bit now duz dey, I do abso-bloody-lutely dare barmingly say."
Charles told his chauffeur Noel Billingshurst to step on the gas pedal and get the hell out of Dodge (as they say in America). Noel, being a highly paid commoner complied with his royal instructions.
SIDENOTE: As Prince Charles and a nervously shaking Camilla pulled into Buckingham Palace, Charles turned to Billingshurst and said, "Ya know Noel, I love the fact that me woman and I live near me mum and me dad, but regarding this uncontrolled student rioting that's bloody it, Camilla and I are moving to Sweden."