One of six human feet washed up on shore has now been identified

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Friday, 20 June 2008


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Tyee Spit Beach, near Vancouver in Canada, has been in the news recently since the discovery of six human feet washed up on the shore over a period of ten months.

However, local pathologist Dr. Hyram B Sicque, has succeeded in the almost impossible task of matching up one of the feet with its rightful owner.

And a thrilled Heather Mills ex-McCartney is said to be hot-footing it from her new home in New York to Tyee Spit. She said:

"All the UK press were very unkind when I had my marital problems. They totally misrepresented my intentions. I mean, I said I wanted to "take Paul's stuff into the cleaners" and not "take him to the cleaners", as the Sun very unkindly suggested. Although £25 million is not exactly a fortune - Wayne Rooney spent almost a fifth of that on a wedding, and that's for only one day, so what hope have I got on existing on a mere £25 million. It wouldn't even buy me Zimbabwe.

"I was hopping mad, I can tell you - and I can tell you the whole lot for a fee of course.

"But I have now got my own back on these filthy tabloids.

"All of them said I hadn't a leg to stand on. Well, thanks to Dr Sicque I now have two legs to stand on, or at least one leg and a foot."

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