The new president of gunmakers Smith & Wesson resigned after it was revealed he had been an armed robber in the ’50s and ’60s.
Zuma, my new favourite waste of time.
It’s the wrong time of year for naked protests, so these anti-furries stripped down to their underoos to get their point across.
Nursery rhymes are far more racy than you thought.
Richard Desmond, cleaning up his act before bidding for the Torygraph, has sold all of his ‘top shelf’ magazines. These include such bastions of good taste as Big Ones.
“It’s a nice thing for the staff. They have been working for a company that was not interested in the magazines. They now have owners who have put the money up and will do a good job,” he said last night.
He went on to say they were getting a bit ragged and sticky and he couldn’t keep hiding them in the garden shed because the wife might find them.
Take to the streets, it’s the only way.
Sadly there are no statues of Tony that we can pull down and bash about the head with shoes.