Sexy Mix Up in UK Hospital

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Monday, 16 August 2010


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Two sides to Pat Pole

The Department of Health has announced the end of mixed sexy wards in Hospitals. 'We can no longer tolerate the behaviour we have discovered on some wards' declared the Mininister of Health as he took another gasp at his cigarette 'we are open minded but you must be male or female in Hospital not of mixed sex'.

However the Government is in trouble with Human Rights Campaigners who see the move as discrimination against people of indeterminate sex. 'Some people are nither male or female' said Pat Pole spokesman/woman of the Indeterminate Sex Association (ISA) 'how can you refuse to treat these people in Hosptital?'

ISA are known for giving a very poor return on investments resulting in them running out of money for their campaigning but the Government action has breathed new life into their actions.

'One day I'm a man' said Pat 'the next day a woman. I'm even both at the same time now and then.' Fears have been expressed by religious groups that ISA is undermining public morals. 'I can forsee the day when a mixed sex person will impregnate themselves and have a baby sired by themselves twice. What will become of such sad individuals?'

At the time of writing the Government is known to be wavering on the issue, unsure which way to turn.

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