It has to be Sheen to be Believed

Satirists across the world were thrown into turmoil yesterday after they were unable to come up with any absurd stories concerning troubled actor Charlie Sheen that hadn’t already happened in real life. Amid scenes of mounting panic, spoof artists scrabbled desperately to try and find new angles on the former Two and a Half Men star’s hectic private life but may be forced into admitting defeat unless Sheen tones down his antics in the next couple of days. One satirist, who did not wish to be named told The Haddock; “I was up all night putting together a story about how Sheen was going to be entering an elephant in the Grand National later this month. Imagine my horror when I picked up a copy of The Racing Post this morning to find ‘Off his Nellie’ ridden by a certain C. Sheen has
indeed been entered for the prestigious race at Aintree. Even John Prescott allowed us a bit of scope but if Sheen carries on like this he’s going to have us all out of a job.â€

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