Written by Evil

Friday, 15 November 2013

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The famous Chicken Boy of New York City.

Britney Spears, the daughter of famous singer Calamity Spears has been convicted of stalking the famous Chicken Boy of New York City.

Chicken Boy made himself famous by dancing, singing, and telling comedy while standing in front of the KFC restaurant on Lexington Ave. in New York.

A New York judge issued the verdict Monday, finding Spears guilty of stalking Chicken Boy, the attempted photographing of Chicken Boy, and attempted contempt of court for questioning the talents of Chicken Boy.

At the trial, Chicken Boy had testified that the unemployed Spears had turned his life into a nightmare after she tried to force him to eat a KFC dinner she bought him while on Lexington Ave. The entertainer says she besieged him with unwanted questions and she threw half eaten KFC drumsticks into his donation bin. She started showing up at his home and at public events to talk to his parents about Chicken Boy's obsession with E cigarettes.

In his summation to the judge, defense lawyer Ebenezer Toadwart said Spears had a legitimate, brief friendship with Chicken Boy when she tried questioning him about his famous chicken flapping cluck dance, which aired on the Howard Stern show. Toadwart complained that Chicken Boy was using the court system "to run a publicity stunt."

The judge sentenced Spears to six months in jail. That's on top of 30 days she already received for disrupting court proceedings while trying to slap Chicken Boy across the face when he testified she had offered him sweat, soaked, jelly beans from the palm of her hands while imitating a chicken cluck.

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

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