Friday, 13 July 2012

John Terry guilty

John Terry was today found guilty of not being able to think to himself without speaking aloud. In a landmark judgement which will again raise questions about just how much football boys should be allowed to play during schooling years, Chief Magistrate Itsa Riddle said "the Prosecution evidence as to what was said by Mr Ferdinand at this point is not strong. It is therefore possible that what he (Mr Terry) said was not intended as an insult, but rather as a challenge to what he believed had been said to him." In other words, you can say what you like if you believe it has just been said to you. 

John Terry will, no doubt, enjoy a few pints in the Dog and Duck this evening with his security team as they toast his PR renaissance and he plots his legal action to be restored to his rightful position as Leader By Example of the national side who will do anything to foster harmony and unity amongst his team-mates.

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