Rio Goes Mental As It Wins The 2016 Olympics The Bonkettes Fly In For Maracana Gig

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Saturday, 3 October 2009

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BJ Spit And BJ Swallow Check Out The Copacabana. A Few Minutes Ago.

The Brazilian city of Rio De Janiero went absolutely mental yesterday as it was confirmed as host city for the 2016 Olympic Games, and girl band sensation the Bonkettes touched down at the airport for their Maracana Stadium sell out gig.

Crowds went crazy on Copacabana beach as the Olympics decision was announced, and at the airport thousands of guys turned out to greet the hottest girl band in the world.

As the Bonkettes disembarked from the plane and sashayed across the tarmac, the guys went crazy and the air was filled with forcefully flung sweaty underpants and jockstraps.

"This is amazing!" said BJ Swallow, the lead singer. "I thought that New York was sensational when we sang 'Up The Alley With Sally' but this is a whole new level."

Twin sister BJ Spit told us exclusively:

"I reckon this will get even crazier when we perform 'Swedish Wood Is Real Good' at the Maracana."

Band members Kathy Legover, nee Trembler, and Fanny Tickler were too overcome with emotion to speak.

Manager and part-time Bongo player BT Bishop told us:

"Oh my God! We have come! We have arrived! This is what it's all about!"

The all male non-gay dance troupe, the Woodentops, who are supporting the Bonkettes were blown away by Rio. Dancer Bungalow Bob from Basingstoke commented:

"I think we're gonna like it here. It's my kind of town. It's just wall to wall fanny innit."

More from the Bonkettes as we get it.

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