Goldfish gets head stuck in hole in Justin Bieber's sock - court case imminent

Funny story written by Lady Godiva

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

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It was reported that, earlier today that animal rights activists and emergency personnel were rushed to the home of 'singing sensation' Justin Bieber.

Apparently, Justin was removing his socks in the manner of any teenage 'singing sensation' by flinging them in gay abandon around his room.

Unfortunately, the second sock landed inside his goldfish aquarium. Justin didn't notice as his eyes were glued to his t.v. watching a DVD of his most recent concert.

The sock in question had a small hole in the toe. One of the 'chubbier' goldfish swam into the sock, probably mistaking it for a cave but was unable to get through the whole in the toe end. Its head became stuck, flattening its gills against its body. As godlfish are unable to swim in reverse this prevented the goldfish from moving its gills thereby rendering it unable to breath, resulting in a painful dry drowning.

When Justin discovered the fish, it was too late. He ran crying to his mother and suggested they should keep quiet as he didn't need such bad publicity at this point in his career.

Justin's mother held him to her bosom as he sobbed and reminded him that ALL goldfish had to be accounted for dead or alive and so authorities were called to investigate this 'mishap'.

Ever since goldfish 'hit the headlines' - all goldfish deaths have, by law, to be investigated.

Justin and his mother were duly served with a summons and are to appear in Goldfish Court next Friday for a ruling.

A warning has been sent out to all people owning socks AND goldfish, posters are being placed around cities worldwide in an effort to prevent a similar tragedy occuring elsewhere.

The results of the Bieber Goldfish Hearing will be made public immediately after Justin and his mom's appearance in Goldfish Court.

If found guilty of 'goldfish neglect' Justin could face the possibility of never being allowed to own goldfish again in which case, all goldfish remaining in Justin'n aquarium will be put up for adoption.


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