Ugly yellow car causes havoc in beautiful Bibury, UK

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Saturday, 4 February 2017

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The US have promised to support Peter by shipping even more ugly cars to Bibury!

A hideous yellow colored car in England's most beautiful village, Bibury, in the Cotswolds, has been targeted by country lovers as being too ugly to drive around the streets.

The owner, Peter Maddox, got his revenge by speeding up and down the main road and around the duck pond. Even during a local village cricket match Peter would burn rubber disturbing the quaint Sunday afternoon's leisure for the locals.

Local villagers and country ramblers have had enough of the aggro produced by Peter and his custard colored vehicle, so they decided to vandalize the thing whilst parked up outside Peter's cottage.

They threw cow's turds at it, scratched "Move it on out" on the paintwork, a famous M People's hit from many years ago; punctured his tyres with nails, and stuck a bloody pig's head on the bonnet!

Not deterred by all of this bullying, Peter, has vowed to repaint his vehicle bright pink, put a huge double-barreled exhaust underneath, and on top of the pink paint he will have Satan's red head painted on the bonnet!

Local police are unable to stop Peter and the locals having this peaceful English dispute and the mayor of the village is quite happy that the world is now focusing on his lovely village. He hopes the publicity will bring in thousands of tourists with other hideous, ugly cars because he feels the "blue rinse, country rambler brigade" are a dying breed anyway and the village could do with a bit more action even if it means disturbing their cosy cricket club on Sundays!

The times they are a changing even in Rural England!

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

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