A leader climate change scientist working at the now infamous University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit (CRU), admitted yesterday that the threat of Global Warming was made up during a drunken party at Stringfellows nightclub in London.
Amid allegations of false data and the publication of controversial internal emails, Mr Boguss Dayta, a Hungarian climate change specialist and CRU spokesman admitted, "It was just a joke that got out of hand, and then after the Government started throwing millions at us, we just got carried away - sorry about that".
Since Mr Dayta came out publicly, other eminent scientists have also admitted to playing drunken games of 'pin the tail on the data' while receiving oral favours from Government staff, keen to use the information to tax everything from car emissions to farting in a public atmosphere.
Recently, a report regarding the melting of large areas of glaciers in the Himalayan Mountains was debunked as a fraud when leading climate change scientists were photographed snowboarding and drinking chilled Champagne on the very glaciers that had allegedly melted in 1992.
The Prime Minister has vowed to look into the recent allegations of misleading climate change data as soon as the Governments planned 'Global Warming Tax Reform Bill' is passed in Parliament.