Although there has been recent controversy regarding over bred pedigree dogs, so much so that the RSPCA halted it's support of Crufts dog show, we can report tonight that the actual winner of this years Crufts, a long haired Flapo aso named "Sir Fogworthy Shagaleg the fourth" has actually got two heads.
It is not the first time a dog has had two heads as one was once genetically misbred in a laboratory at Porton Down Wiltshire.
However, the difference this time is that this particular dog has a head at either end of it's body.
It's coat was in such good condition that the judges said "two heads or not, it's the best" but then didn't know where to stick the rosette.
The dog's owner Mrs Pheobe Windforth-Pratt said her two headed pet is a delight although twice as expensive to feed and a useless sod at fetching sticks and balls. (Talking of balls, it has two pairs hanging somewhere in the middle!)
A spokesperson for the RSPCA said the whole situation was disgusting and it would be seeking legal advice on what to do about the matter. However, later Miss Windforth -Pratt completed a Direct debit for just £2 per month to the RSPCA and the matter was dropped.