Florida - A Fort Lauderdale man says he is confused, upset, perturbed and angry that, despite writing numerous spoof news articles over the past ten years; using various aliases and pseudonyms; that there is still no page on Wikipedia referencing him.
Duncan Whitehead, a 47 year old unemployed estranged father of six believes that other users of the popular reference website are also surprised this that the online encyclopedia contained no entry for this self styled 'legend' of comedy.
"I consider myself to be a comedy great, one of the funniest men on the planet, I believe I have influenced an entire generation, so I guess I just figured I would have my own Wikipedia page," said Whitehead, as he searched the website for any trace of his name.
"All the other Spoof Writers on on here. Hell, even Monkey Woods and Queen Mudder have a page. Why not me?"
At press time, Whitehead was reading the extensive Wikipedia page on spoof owner Mark Lowton, which made no reference to Whitehead, nor his comedic greatness.