Nick Griffin Loses Ironic Court Case

Funny story written by DaddyMothership

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

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An Asian man was cleared of racially abusing the cuddly racist Nick Griffin. The BNP leader is reported to be outraged. We found this difficult to prove as it's hard to tell though as he always looks like a fat owl taking a vindaloo shit.

The Asian man shouted from his car that the BNP F├╝hrer was a white fucking bastard. The court upheld that Griffin is indeed white, and indeed a fucking bastard so wondered why the case had come up at all.

The defendant was said to have flicked the two finger salute from a partially rolled down window when shouting the remark. This incensed Griffin who claimed he had invented the V sign and was already considering suing former Prime Minister Winston Churchill for intellectual copyright violation.

Griffin claimed the young man made a gun gesture with his fingers before using his hand in a so called gang salute.

"It was outrageous," said the waste of lard. "He didn't even Heil properly like this. Oh shit can you edit that out?" He said lowering his outstretched arm.

Mr Griffin claimed the gun shaped finger was a threat with intent to shoot him. We researched this claim and found out the young Asian man actually had no bullets in his finger so this was a total lie.

The BNP leader was said to be very disappointed that the jury rejected his claim and found in favour of the man. He said if he had been black he would have won the case. We say if he was black then he wouldn't be such a bigoted tool.

Mr Griffin was unavailable for comment tonight and was said to be relaxing at home planning the invasion of Poland.

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