Monday, 19 May 2008

Blow to Scottish separatist lobby as Al Fayed backs independence

In an interview with BBC Radio Scotland, Harrods proprietor, Mohamed Al fayed has said that he'll make the highlands his permanent home if Scotland secedes from the Union. The news will have the Gnats quaking in their boots at the thought of thousands of Scots suddenly deciding that this would be a price to high to pay for independence.

In a quite bizarre interview Al fayed also claimed that Scotland was founded by Egypt. His tale tale relates that a sister of Tutenkhamun, called Scota, had a fight with her father and left Egypt with her two sons. When they arrived at the Scottish/English border she took sick and popped her clogs. With her dying breath she told her two sons that the land north of the border was theirs and that they were to call it Scotland.

Some blog posts you simply couldn't make up.

1 comment:

Alasdair W said...

Yet another conspiracy from Al Fayed.