EU bureaucrats rush through Comedy Mod legislation before Brexit.

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EU bureaucrats rush through Comedy Mod legislation before Brexit.

In a surprise move designed to side track the British government's negotiating stance on Brexit, EU officials in Brussels appear to have outflanked the Tories by making it illegal to dress like, act like, support, or claim to be a Comedy Mod. In a sweeping range of drastic legislation, EU leaders have also bought in powers to detain any overweight females attempting to wear Mod style mini skirts, making it illegal to adorn any P-range Vespa with lights or mirrors, buying old rally patches from Ebay and claiming to have been there and the purchase of any compilation Ska CD's from supermarkets. Fines of up to €20,000 or 6 month's imprisonment are likely to be enforced by an EU wide taskforce, working in liaison with genuine 1980's scooterboys. In the most drastic piece of legislation, anyone sporting a Paul Weller style haircut is likely to face instant imprisonment and on the spot tar and feathering.
Terry Orton, who runs the Otley-by-sea Central Targets Scooter club, stated 'This is victimisation of the worst kind by unelected big wigs in Brussels. If me and my wife want to take the kids to a scooter rally in our Winnebago, we should be allowed to dress and act how we like, without any interference from the EU' . When asked about the type of scooter he has, Terry admitted that his wife wouldn't allow him to get one, although he had once brushed past a Modena in a pub car park that he thought he could probably handle, as long as it didn't have any of those twisty handlebar gear things.


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