Lun Dun, Eng Lund—Lun Duners, like other Britz, hate their mayor, Sad Ick Khan (no relation, as far as anyone knows, to either Genghis or Kubla), and, to show it, they took up a collection to protest his existence.
More than 16 million people (twice the population of Lun Dun) contributed hundreds of thousands of pounds to purchase an inflatable 'bimbo version' of the mayor.
His effigy has gray hair; black squiggly lines on its forearms, chest, and stomach to represent body hair; a heavily lined forehead; thick eyebrows; an orange Donald Trump-like complexion; a tiny, thin-lipped mouth; and a beak-like nose—and, oh, yeah!—sports an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny yellow bikini, sans polka dots.
Her Majesty, Queen Eliza Beth, said, 'It's quite a good likeness, I think.'
Prime Minister Treacle May agrees, except in regard to one detail: 'For modesty's sake, it was decided to forego a thong, which is the style Khan usually wears when he's cross-dressing.'
The blimp flew for two hours over Parliament Square. Lenny Bruce, the protest organizer, outed Khan as a transvestite because of the mayor's decision to allow a 'Trump Baby' blimp to be flown during a visit to Britain in July by U. S. President Donald Rump.
Asked his opinion of the protest, Khan said, 'The people of Lun Dun should be glad they have such a sexy, hot-looking mayor. They could have elected somebody with a face like that of Caitlin "Bruce" Jenner or a body like that of Chelsea "Bradley" Manning. The bathing suit's not quite right, though: I like to let it all hang out, and yellow isn't really my color.'