There was uproar on the Aryan Air flight, from Gatwick to Dublin, when Barry Gammon (54) found himself sitting next to Obi Okeke (36) from Streatham. A very public row broke out when Mr Gammon refused to sit next to Mr Okeke, shouting,’ I’m not sitting next to a darkie. Its disgusting, I fly with Aryan Air so I don’t have too. If he sits next to me I’m gonna hit him.” Continue reading “Aryan Air in a social media race row after they asked a black man to leave the plane”
Gerald has been running around the country, flinging poo, for many years. He is no longer wild, merely slightly annoyed.
This week saw the announcement that Scotland has managed to generate all of its power from wind energy.
Apparently the key decision to install a wind turbine above the Scottish Parliament led to this remarkable achievement. Continue reading “After installing a Wind Turbine at Holyrood, Scotland generate all of their energy from wind power”
Those naughty scamps in Saudi Arabi have been very naughty boys. This time the charming little fellows have been caught out in a game of hide and seek. A reporter, Jamal Kashoggi, who has been very critical of the Saudi’s is still missing.
Continue reading “Saudi Arabia has been very naughty resulting in some harsh tutting from the British Government”
Surprise, controversy and a little free publicity, in art world with a surprise favourite for this year’s Turner Prize.
Initially, the piece appears as an uninteresting piece of used cardboard. Arranged in flat form, this 8′ x 10′ representation presents as carelessly thrown away. It’s palely lit by a distant, flickering, fluorescent light and, currently, on display in a rear service corridor at The State of It Gallery. Continue reading “Favourite for this year’s Turner Prize is Ron Penfold’s used and discarded cardboard”
Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, has decided to follow the lead of Manchester University by banning clapping from their ground.
The academics have decided the noise generated by everyone clapping creates an intimidating atmosphere, which means those of lesser ability, talent or just lacking pride, passion and backbone feel undermined and less able to reach their full potential. Continue reading “Manchester University’s No Clapping policy to be extended to Old Trafford”
Curators at Wigan Zoo, one of the finest animal sanctuaries in Britain, have announced their latest prize exhibit, a Jacob Rees-Mogg (Poshtwaticus Poshtwaticus).
The Zoo had heard rumours of the existence of the mythical “Super Posh Tory”, but they never thought a live display would be possible. Their plans received a boost when they got Lottery Funding, to allow them to prepare a small castle, the Bertie Wooster Wing, in which to house the exhibit. Continue reading “Wigan Zoo set to display a rare Jacob Rees-Mogg”