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alansday

  2 months ago

Pandemic pests

A rare breed scaly lizard that escaped captivity in the UK and fled to Australia in an attempt to propagate her species has been captured by authorities near Sydney . The reptile is set to be returned to the UK without delay after causing much alarm to local residents in the creatures vicinity.

According to news reports the iguana, genus, Lacertilia Squamata Hopconimous or ( Greater Spotted Hopkins ) is said to lay in wait for its prey before striking and injecting an extremely powerful neurotoxin that to date has no known antidote.The only survivors to date from her bite are said to be Nigel Farage and Nick Griffin formerly leaders of UKIP and the British National Party ( BNP ) respectively . Many renowned scientists believe this is because they all share a similar gene pool and blood type.

Should the UK allow this dangerous and reckless reptile to once again gain sanctuary within its borders or can we find alternative accommodation that would help keep the population safe from such a dangerous predator ?

Can you think of a suitable location for the "Greater Spotted Hopkins"?
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djdavedale

  2 months ago
Don't they feed on ignorance and racism with a dash of gammon ? Reply
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Ed777

  2 months ago
Oh I am sure one or other of the fundamentalist/born again "churches" will welcome her with open arms! Reply
2 comments

Spaceshuttle6v3

  2 months ago
Like a bad smell. .. Reply
2 comments

Mark_W

  2 months ago
On a space rocket with Doris, Cummings and Farage! Reply
2 comments

Trixiebellemoriarty

  2 months ago
I wish we could deny her entry back to the UK - horrendous excuse for a human being - but then again why should Australia have to have her Reply
2 comments

yvonne7495

  2 months ago
I have a lonely toad in my front pond Reply
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trevjohn

  2 months ago
That isn't a reptile, it's a Klingon. Reply
2 comments

trevjohn

  2 months ago
Stop being nasty about reptiles !!! Reply
1 comments

PoohBah

  2 months ago
As she's a UK citizen it's a shame we cannot just refuse to accept delivery. Hold on a moment: Rockall's part of the UK; anybody got a spare tent? I would even let her have occasional supplies of food and water — I'm not inhumane. Reply
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spartan3002

  2 months ago
Cold and lifeless , Tycho crater is perfect Alan ;) Reply
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