Salford janitor Donald Skoob contacted theSpoof.com today to tell us that as far as he's concerned, deceased pop singer Michael Jackson, who was more talented than Mozart according to some sources, owed him £5
Jackson, who died approximately $500million in the red, hardly appears likely to honour the debt. Pledges have been made to refund ticket money from a series of London shows which never looked likely to take place anyway, but Mr Skoob feels that when Jackson's estate is finalised, he's going to come way down the pecking order and stands little chance of getting his money back.
"I bought the 'Thriller' album for my little girl back in the 80s. Had I known then what I know now, I'd have treated her to something else instead. Like a good book. In the 90s my daughter and I set the album on fire in a ritual infused with the smell of hot, bubbling vinyl. I got in touch with Jackson's people and asked for a refund, as I felt I was sold the album under false pretences. They haven't responded yet. Looks a safe bet that I'll never see my £5 again."
More deceased paedo related noncery as we get it.