A regular writer for TheSpoof.com was today carpeted by bosses for having admitted being drunk, and then filing a completely false story that senior managers called "A catalogue of lies and deception"
The story "God dies live on the internet" was actually made up before events actually happened, said TheSpoof.com bosses. "This is most disappointing, and flies in the face of our acceptable story guidelines. People believe wholeheartedly what they read on the website, and if it's reported that a God has died, then that is what should have happened."
The actual story was that the killers turned up at the temple to take away the Hindu God Shambo, but were turned away because they'd forgotten the warrant.
A jubilant Muhammed Jones, a local, said, "We really kicked ass today. Silly beggars turned up without the paperwork, so we told them to get lost. But they worried us with the way they walked, with their dark glasses and leather jackets. One of them leaned over the gate and said "I'll be back." whatever that means."
TheSpoof.com writer was also cited in a drink-writing offence yesterday.
The case continues.