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Wednesday, 3 June 2009


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It Was A Big One. The Biggest Ever. Probably.

Police this morning executed dawn raids on several writers for satirical website theSpoof.com following the discovery of the world's largest crop circle penis in a barley field in Oxfordshire. So far, no arrests have been made.

The enormous crop circle cock, with a drop of fluid spurting out of the end of it was discovered by farmer, Henry Nyles yesterday.

"The cock is enormous," he told us. "We estimate that it's almost eight hundred foot long. Bloody great big huge thing it is. We had a bloke in the village once with an outsized cock but it was nothin' compared to this thing."

Police attention quickly turned to spoof writers following their recent mania for stories about largest cocks and vaginas, but none were thought to be implicated in the stunt.

"They seemed to find it quite amusing," Detective Superintendent Gerald Scissorhands told us. "Giggling like little kids they was. But this stunt has caused considerable damage, and there's nothing funny about an eight hundred foot long cock in a field."

Police were asked to be particularly vigilant in case a similarly proportioned vagina should turn up in the vicinity.

More cock and vagina related comedic vagaries as we get them.

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