Glastonbury - Police detain 137,000 people for questioning

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Sunday, 26 June 2011

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I'm not happy.

A senior member of David Cameron's Tory constituency association has been found dead in a toilet at Glastonbury Festival, the police announced a curfew with immediate effect, no one is to leave Glastonbury.

Of the 137,000 people attending the festival, some were a bit miffed at the heavy handed measures as they had planned to leave early due to a complete lack of rain since Saturday.

'Really, is this what we have come to expect from the Tory government, a rainless Glastonbury festival?' pleaded one irate festival goer.

'I brought my whole tribe here for this,' Said another. 'It was never like this under a labour government, it was all rain, rain, rain, as far as the eye can see, rivers of mud, and now look at us, sitting around in the sunshine listening to music, well I for one am not happy.'

Protests are starting in some areas of the worthy farm complex due to an over abundance of sunshine, drugs and alcohol, as well as people now being forced into staying and putting up with it.

Police negotiators have been called in to handle the situation and may be coming to a compromise with the protesters. Mostly by giving them a bit of a kick-in at regular intervals to help keep both sides mood up.

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