"Undead" political leaders cause chaos in north

Funny story written by whatinthe world

Monday, 9 November 2009

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One of the least ugly "undead"

Stoke, UK. The authorities, i.e. Police, Army, Oxfam volunteers, are warning all citizens to stay in their homes tonight following the gruesome death toll wrought by what some are describing as the "undead".

In unprecedented events, around an estimated 523 people have been attacked and mortally wounded by these unexplained creatures that have mysteriously emerged from hitherto unknown graves all over northern England.

One survivor described them as hideous looking humans with haggard facial features and vacant stares that horrify even the toughest individual.

These creatures have one thing eerily in common. Many of them resemble past leaders of the Conservative and Labour parties.

Police managed to subdue one "corpse" who was identified as Lord "Ted" Heath, Tory Prime Minister in the early 1970s. Another one was found to be Clement Attlee, the former Labour leader and post war PM. A majority of these individuals are still on the loose and hoping to wreak havoc amongst the general populous. They may even be seeking revenge for electoral setbacks suffered in the past.

If you happen to confront one of these persons, don't hesitate to contact your local MP and ask why.

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

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