Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Pun Missed

In my post on the horse f***er yesterday, I missed the really brilliant pun, even though I quoted it, so I'll do it again with the key part highlighted:

The 66-year-old man who in April pleaded guilty in Leicester Crown Court to charges of "buggery of a donkey between February 2 and February 5, 1999, and buggery of a horse between March 15 and 18, 2004", has been jailed for 22 months.
Joseph Squires - of "no stable address" - also admitted two charges of damaging property, "relating to the two animals on the same dates".
"No stable address"- brilliant!


Samuel Buckett said...

22 months seems a bit much. He should have stuck to sheep, then he might have got a free baa-don. I'll get my coat.

It Will Come to Me said...

I don't understand why it has taken 11years and 6years for this to reach court. Anybody got any inside info?

Also how was he caught? Perhaps he walked into a police station and confessed?

Mark Wadsworth said...

"Between 2 and 5 February 1999"???

I didn't realise that they'd already invented Viagra back then.

Anonymous said...

You should be able to winkle out another pun I feel. The guys name is Squires. What does a medieval squire do? Hold the horse.

Just trying to help build your material here.

Ross said...

Samuel- He's from Leicester, not Wales.

IWCTM- That does seem odd but I have no idea.

Mark- Yeah he's something of a stud if nothing else.

Anon- All help is gratefully received.