Wednesday, November 21, 2007


Bungle from Rainbow was celebrating last night, after winning an extraordinary High Court legal battle against the UK government.

Bungle (above): relieved

Following the historic ruling, any further mistakes by the current administration cannot be referred to as a 'Bungle', or having been 'Bungled'.

The popular TV character hugged his civil partner George on the High Court steps, whilst his legal representative Zippy QC read from a prepared statement:

"Bungle is relieved that justice has been done, and he can now begin to rebuild his life. The libellous insinuations have hurt him greatly, not least 'the Heathrow security bungle', 'the immigration bungle' and 'the missing disks bungle'.

Henceforth, these episodes may only be referred to as fiascos, errors, screw-ups, gaffes, debacles, muddles, mishaps or calamities."


STOP PRESS: Mr Muddle consults his lawyers.


At 8:41 AM, Anonymous Terry Thomas said...

Well done Bungle, it's about time somebody took on this Mickey mouse government. Oops

At 2:45 PM, Blogger Daniel Clark said...

Miss Hap from Hertfordshire is also suing the government.


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