Food additives blamed for pregnant MP

Funny story written by Ross Douglas

Wednesday, 28 April 2004

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Hoping for a boy?

Scientists from the World Health Organisation today claimed that the chemical additives in food is the direct cause of Pregnant man syndrome (PMS).

It was revealed last week by Reuters that the RT Hon John Prescott was believed to be the first ever man to fall pregnant.

The WHO spent £3.2 billion on the study over the course of three weeks. When asked how this much money was spent in such a short space of time the WHO commented "The actual study was thrashed out during a fifteen minute brain storming session but we decided to go on a holiday to the Bahamas for a couple of weeks at the expense of the taxpayers."

When Mr Prescott was asked by a reporter if the allegations were true he answered "Do you want some of the fat bloke?" and took up a classical boxing stance.

A second report published today claims that Mr Prescott's pregnancy was the direct cause of having been in the merchant navy for ten years.

Mr Prescott's wife said yesterday "The allegations that my husband is pregnant are totally unfounded and we shall be seeking legal advice to put a halt to these accusations." When questioned why she was carrying a Mothercare bag and pushing a brand new Sliver Cross baby walker she began to stutter and looked flustered.

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