Mad Cow Disease in Sheboygan

Written by queen mudder

Tuesday, 13 February 2007

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This way for bovine roadspill

Sheboygan, Wis. - (Rioters): The last time Mad Cow Disease struck Sheboygan was in 1987 when an escapee from a British jail HMP Wormwood Scrubs was mysteriously found slumped outside the Wisconsin Sheriff's Department claiming to be suffering from amnesia after kissing a Hereforshire cow called Maggie Thatcher - named after the UK Prime Monster of the day.

And now in an unrelated incident almost twenty years to the day a truck driver spilled some 40 tons of cow intestines onto a major highway in eastern Wisconsin last Thursday after tipping his semitrailer while lighting a quiet afternoon spliff in the hazy winter sunshine.

Interstate 43 had to be closed off for several hours as firemen fought to contain the spillage and mop up the spreading pool of slimy intestines, bones, connective tissue and general viscera which some sources allege was on its way to a local Krispy Kreme factory where it would have formed part of the magic recipie that makes those donuts
so famous.

The incident happened in the town of Mosel and took over six hours to mop up. Locals were said to be grateful that the accident did not happen in the middle of summer when the interstate highway is notoriously so hot that an egg can fry within thirty seconds of splatting on the tarmac.

Nobody was injured but the driver, 25 year old Ryan Engle, is claiming a 'missing time' experience after noticing his personal life insurance has him covered for inexplicable, paranormal events.

The bovine spillage has been taken into the Sheriff's office until the truck company can identify its cargo.

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

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