Stormy Nethers

A man in Whitstable has died from a bowel tornado.  Police were called to the  Loaf & Fetlock Inn, on Twinkle Hill in the early hours of yesterday morning where they found the remains  Benny Twogg-Pumphrey were found spread over a wide area.  It is believed that a vacuum formed somewhere inside his lower intestine leading to a vortex-like wind which tore him apart from the inside. Punters reported hearing a sound not unlike a helicopter taking off before they were pelted with various pieces of the unfortunate Mr Twogg-Pumphrey’s person and last meal.  ‘Yes it is quite unusual’  admitted the coroner, ‘But he did have a fondness for tripe and Gouda … I believe they used that to make TNT during the Great War, although I could be wrong.’  The cause of death was listed as a twisted bowel.

Posted by on November 30, 2010. Filed under Haddock Obituary, Haddock Science, Haddock UK. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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