It was announced last week that Westminster Council had issued a Noise Abatement Order on The House of Commons.
Environmental Officer Brian Boggus told the waiting media that the Council had recieved complaints from local residents that the snoring from The Palace of Westminster was too much.
A reading taken by Mr Boggus and his team recorded a noise level of 119 Decibels far greater than that of a pneumatic drill. Local resident Mustaffa Shufti told the press that the noise was unbearable and was much worse every Wednesday lunch time during Prime Ministers Question Time.
A spokesperson for the Commons replied. We have taken measures to ensure the MPs do not fall asleep. When asked to elaborate he replied. We have now introduced new procedures and that the snoring should be a thing of the past. It is thought that the MPs have had their comfy pillows removed.
Mr Derek-Boring-Boring Conservative MP for the Upper Twitwood constituency blasted the residents for complaining saying Wednesday lunch was the only time he could get his head down.