Prosecutors in the Disappearance of Evidence Case have had their hopes dashed yet again with another case of disappearing evidence.
Sources revealed that the diary, seized by Portugese tourists from a hire car in Blackpool, has proven to be what is known in vernacular law as a "dead-endos".
It was hoped that the diary would provide that all important proof that a thing called evidence actually exists. But cryptographers working on the diary have abandoned all attempts to decipher its text stating, "It's a totally illegible scrawl, it can only be the work of a lunatic or a physician!".
So, as yet another piece of evidence disintegrates before the prosecutors eyes, the Case of Disappearing Evidence remains an open book.