Fishy goings on in UK Sushi Bars; they stink!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 17 July 2017

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Who the hell knows what sushi fans are really eating? Ask a passing FUGU then you will really know!

Punters sitting watching their fishy snacks rotate in Sushi Bars are being treated like "rotting cod" by the owners because they don't even know which fish they are serving!

It seems that many supermarkets, Sushi Bars and fishmongers are flogging fish that aint really what it's supposed to be by false-labelling the fish sold.

There is a tracking system for controlling the fish, but that seems to have been devoured by money sharks in the fish business for making more profits because they know their punters couldn't tell the difference between a piece of haddock or red bass!

Japanese Sushi-Bar owners have even been feeding their punters on the deadly FUGU fish because there's too many people living in Tokyo and it seems their UK partners will soon be slipping a FUGU or two between the rice snacks to reduce the number of fish-loving illegal immigrants living in the UK.

The plan is being backed by main Brexiter and Illuminati member, Nigel Farage, who really stinks and is a very fishy character!

Nigel say's, "if you can't kick em out, fish em out with a dose of FUGU, it works wonders and is guaranteed to reduce the numbers of these damn Eastern Europeans who nick our jobs that no true Brit wants to do anyway!"

Farage is a non-European fan, and mega sushi fan, so we all hope he will soon become a victim of his own very fishy, fugu dealings...

As for the rest of Sushi fans, bon apetit!

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

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