Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

image for Elizabeth Taylor's missing pooch 'Delilah' spotted at North Korean restaurant
Dish of the day?

Los Angeles - The search spread to Downtown's Pyongyang Dim Sum Delight restaurant today where Ms Taylor's million dollar Maltese terrier Delilah was spotted eating from an ornate silver bowl.

According to reports in today's LA HagFagSlagMag.con's celebwatch column there were fears the fluffy white pooch had become the restaurant's own dish of the day following her disappearance from nearby Chateau Wilding.

However she was papped eating tender morsels of yummy steamed dumpling at the eatery's top table with the pictures posted online on the website's celeb diner section.

The bitch and her twin sibling Daisy inherited over $1 million apiece in the late diva's last will and testament according to legal sauces involved in the probate.

Taylor's two sons Michael and Christopher Wilding were named the mutts' official guardians just before Delilah vanished - prompting unscrupulous allegations about 'missing' auction proceeds of Taylor's fabulous jewelery collection.

A fifteen carat diamond tiara and matching dog collar, earmarked for Daisy, failed to make its $500,000 reserve while an emerald and ruby parure estimated at $2,000,000 sold for nearly double the price.

The Wilding brothers had sole control of the dogs' finances according to the terms of their mother's will before 'spoiled brat' Delilah disappeared last Saturday.

A reward of $100,000 - dependent on the recovery of the pedigree pooch - has now been posted in every Downtown dining establishment where a bowl of delicious Pyongyang curry retails around $10.

Expect more as details emerge.

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

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