Written by Lady Godiva

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

image for Takwana Smith and Anitakapita Jones have their heads turned by new Boro 'signing' Malaury Martin A favourite of customers at Morrisons, Berwick Hills Branch

Takwana Smith and Anitakapita Jones, both of Cargo Fleet, Middlesbrough are no longer focused on the phone hacking scandal involving Rebeckah Brooks.

They met with a Spoof reporter this morning and discussed the signing of French mid-fielder Malaury Martin to Middlesbrough FC.

Both young women were giggling as they sat down at a table near the window in Morrison's restaurant, Berwick Hills.

When asked how they were now feeling about the scandal of phone hacking and Rebekah Brooks involvement, Takwana said,

"Oh! 'Er. We're not bovvered any more are we Anitakapita? Naw! We're all abowt that young French lad coming to play for The Boro.
'E is really FIT isn' 'e Anitakapita?"

Her friend agreed that he is really FIT and that they would both be checking him out as soon as possible. Both women, though married, agreed that it doesn't 'stop them looking'.

" Yep! 'E is really good on the eyes. Oo, an we can't wait to 'ear 'is French accent can we Takwana?" continued Anitakapita.

They admitted that they hadn't been to a Boro game in a while but said they now have a reason to go and had already bought season tickets.

"We've 'erd 'e is a ded gud footie player too which doesn' 'ert does i' like?" commented Takwana.

Our Spoof reporter spent more time with the two girls from Cargo Fleet and discussed a few more topics which before leaving the two giggling at the prospect of seeing Malaury Martin 'in the flesh'.

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

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