Spanish Fast-Food gang raid restaurants resembling a plague of locusts!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 6 March 2017

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He does work in strange ways! Maybe him and the Devil work together? Who knows?

In the Spanish town of Bembibre, in the north-western Castile and Leon region a "Fast-Food" gang of thieves raided the local El Carmen restaurant, devoured 10000 Euros worth of food and drink, then disappeared as fast as they had come!

Spanish restaurant owners in the area are being warned that the gang are faster and hungrier than a plague of locusts, and before dessert is served, they flee the building without paying!

There are roughly 160 of them but they are growing by the second because in a neighboring town exactly the same thing happened; however, instead of booking 160 places, the group grew to roughly 200. They devoured everything on the main menu, waited until the waiters went to collect dessert, and when the waiters returned, the group disappeared into thin air!

Spanish Police are hoping to catch the group soon because it seems quite impossible to transport nearly 200 fatties from one village to another without having a convoy of buses carrying them. As soon as a booking is made for a wedding or funeral restaurant owners are being advised to inform the police, which one restaurant did.

The place was raided just before dessert was served and to their surprise, the best man was delivering his speech, and the wedding guests were still there. False alarm!

In the village next door a flock of locusts were sighted heading towards the local restaurant, not in buses, in the sky, and an ancient Spanish Nun observing the swarm dropped to her knees, prayed to God as it entered the front door and screamed; " Hallelujah, there is a Satan after all!"

The village has now been proclaimed by the Pope as a "Holy Pilgrimage site" and the restaurant owner is now a millionaire; God works in strange ways?

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

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