Thursday, 17 December 2009


If you asked a policeman about the excuses people use, they would probably tell you that they have heard them all.  But a Peruvian footballer looks like he might have come up with a completely new one.

Carlos 'Kukin' Flores, a midfield star with Inti Gas Deportes, told police he was being chased by a ghost when he was stopped for running naked through the streets.  Flores, who in the past has admitted to having issues with cocaine, eventually admitted that he had been "engaging with dirty ladies" and that he came up with the ghost line to try and hide the truth from his wife.

Flores said: "I didn't want my wife to be suspicious about ladies so I just told her it was a ghost. She failed to believe me."   The midfielder also denied the incident had anything to do with his previous cocaine problems, he added: "This was nothing like that. I just had a bad day."

I hope it doesn't catch on or there will half my village running about in the SKUD and it's a bit bloody parky for that.  BRASS MONKEYS ANYONE?


sky fairy said...

It's not really such a far fetched story. Millions of people in the UK believe in an invisible sky fairy. They also believe in miracles, virgin births, noahs ark, people turning to salt, people rising from the dead, that we were all made in gods image in a world that took 6 days to make, water turning into wine, a god watches us all the time ( without cctv) , satan, seas being parted.. ( Ed -that's enough).
Oh and of course this includes all of our leaders so we're doomed

Dark Lochnagar said...

Fairy, you've been wtching Zietgeist again haven't you. I wouldn't say you are agnostic but you forget 30 days and 30 night's, the ten commandments and England winning the World Cup in 1966 and being the best team in the World at that time. All lies or falsehoods. :-)