Artwork criticised as 'Load of old Pollox'

Funny story written by queen mudder

Sunday, 5 November 2006

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Load of old Pollox or genuine masterpiece?

New York - (ReUterus): Art critics in the US are divided over the latest record-breaking picture in the news, which some critics have scathingly described as a 'load of old Pollox'.

Sources close to an old tramp seen freuqenting the streets near New York's Museum of Modern Art have described the latest mega million dollar blockbuster as a quaint portrayal of a typical 3am pavement aftermath scene outside Smoky Joe's Tequila Bar and Chilli Diner following an unfortunate outbreak of salmonella among its patrons.

One art pundit branded the picture as a post-gastric collage created by laying a sheet of paper onto the Diner's pavement in a effort to mop up the remains of a customer's projectile-vomiting.

"At $2 million per square inch this is the most expensive case of suspected salmonella infestation ever foisted onto the market."

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