Delusional pharma mogul claimed Thatcher would save world from freaks & satanic monsters

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Monday, 15 October 2007

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Hystery proved that Thatcher was no savior

Royal Courts of Justice - (Psychotic mess): A Yugoslav pharmaceuticals mogul was so impressed with UK Prime Monster Margaret Thatcher's messianic drive that he vowed to leave the Tories his entire £8.3m fortune.

"She will cleanse the world of the freaks and satanic monsters that didn't vote for her," Branislav Kostic declared as he made out his last Will & Testicle some twenty years ago.

Today at the Royal Courts of Justice that bequest was thrown out as the mogul's son Zoran successfully argued that Thatcher was a monster herself and that his father was clinically nuts to ever think otherwise.

"This is a huge blow to the Party coffers," Tory leader David Cameron told reporters after dodging questions about whether he'd already spent the money on pointless lavish foreign trips to schmooze the likes of hellfire Club grandee Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Kostic died in 2005 and the Conservatives were cock-a-hoop at the prospect of getting their snouts in his trough.

But Mr Justice Henderson said today that the elderly Yugoslav industrialist "would never have left the money to the Tories if he had been of sound mind."

"You can see just how gaga he'd become," Henderson said as he handed down his judgement doshing up the deceased's son with the entire estate.

Kostic Junior had testified that an earlier will drawn up in 1974 "when Pa was sane" made him the sole beneficiary.

"Pa then became so delusional that he turned to the Conservative Party for help to fight conspiracies that he imagined existed to thwart him and Mrs Thatcher," the litigant added.

The Tory Party's attorneys had put up a good fight prior to today's court ruling, claiming there were entirely rational reasons why Mr Kostic left his son out of his will when it was rewritten in the late 1980s.

"Fortunately Mr Justice Henderson saw through that one," Kostic Junior chuckled today.

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