Pinocchio to testify at OJ Simpson trial

Funny story written by Jesus Budda

Monday, 1 October 2007

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Pinnochio - Wooden, like my story

Lederhosen wearing, wooden boy Pinnochio is set to testify in the OJ Simpson armed robbery trial.

Pinnochio, who has also given evidence at OJ's murder trial back in the mid-90's and Michael Jackson's various bizarre trials, recently offered his services to defence lawyers at the Phil "Crazy hair" Spector case.

It seems Mister Pinnochio somehow manages to turn up in the right place at the right time. His sweet demeanour and cutesy voice have all played there part in swaying jurors opinions.

"My Papa Gepeto always told me to be a good little Pinnochio and to never ever tell a lie. And I swear that I will never, ever lie", squeaked the little guy as he almost poked a journalists eye out with his nose.

OJ's team have great faith in the little man.

"I believe my client will be proven innocent on all counts thanks to the honesty and integrity of Pinnochio. How could a jury not be swayed by his sweet, sweet words of truthfulness?", smiled Johnny Cochrane Jnr.

"I witnessed the whole thing", claims Pinnochio, "OJ is completely blameless. It's all a big conspiracy. Anyone can tell that OJ is a wonderful man who wouldn't hurt a fly".

Since his stalled film career, Pinnochio has become a professional witness for individual clients and large Multinationals such as Microsoft. It's said that Martha Stewert got sent down because she refused his services. Pinnochio himself was on the board of Enron yet managed to save his own skin by performing a little dance for the judges, who cleared him of all wrongdoing because he was so "lovely".

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

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