SuBo fanatics take out super-duper-mega-injunction!

Funny story written by Harold Q. Fuey

Friday, 6 May 2011

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Susan Boyle red scarf wearing fanatical loonies may, or may not, have taken out a super-duper-mega-injunction against the entire internet today, after it is thought that a video clip of the fanatics attempting to phone SuBo at home may, or may not, have been allegedly leaked onto the internet.

It is thought that the video, which may, or may not, exist, may show a group of fanatics attempting to have a video call with SuBo via the internet. A link to the alleged video was then possibly sent out over a popular micro-blogging site by the fanatics. Later, the fanatics may, or may not, have decided this was a mistake and immediately attempted to stop all viewing of the alleged video.

Links to the alleged video started appearing on other sites, which prompted the fanatics to take out the injunction against the entire internet.

"It seems that we've been unable to stop people viewing the alleged video, so we have decided to take out an injunction against the internet. This means that with immediate effect, it is a jailable offence to even use the internet, so you shouldn't even be reading this," somebody absolutely didn't say.

The super-duper-mega-injunction prevents anyone from even thinking about this possible alleged incident, so you must now stop reading this article and hand yourself in at the nearest police station!

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

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