Written by Bluebella

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

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The Prime Minister has just a few weeks to live

Whitehall -Prime Minister Gordon Brown has contracted the deadly virus Rabies, after being bitten by a rabid terrorist in Leeds last week.

The terrorist, Abu Hamu Islam Mohammed has been kept in an isolated cell in Bradford-Leeds prison since January this year when he admitted being involved in the 7/7 London bombings. He is due for trial later this year. Just recently prison staff noticed Mohammed acting strangely - ranting angrily about Christian, Jews, westerners and making sexist remarks about women. They also noticed a strange white foam around his mouth, typical of rabies victims.

Recently PM Brown embarked on a country wide visit of all dangerous prisoners in Britain to try to increase his public appeal. Human Rights Activists have been complaining about ill treatment of the poor creatures for many years and Brown thought it was time to set things right.

Unfortunately for Brown he entered the prison cell of Abu Hamu Islam Mohammed, after being advised not to. He was promptly bitten on the arm by the angry psycho and rushed to hospital. He was then accidentally given a vaccine for genital herpes instead of rabies and by the time the error was uncovered it was too late.

Brown is now showing signs of the deadly disease taking over his system and it is thought he has just a few weeks to live.

Abu Hamu Islam Mohammed has since been put down in a humane manner and it is thought the Prime Minister will also be put down too, unless scientists can miraculously find a cure for Rabies within the next few weeks.

David Cameron has wished him the best.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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