Thursday, November 30, 2006

Won't SOMEBODY think of the children?

B&Q apologises over 'filthy' music oversight

Instead of festive tracks customers heard a foul-mouthed song from the infamous adult cartoon series South Park.

The track, entitled Christmas Time in Hell, including references to sex and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, blared out at the DIY giant's store in Stockport, Greater Manchester.

And quite bloody rightly too, I f*cking HATE 'Mistletoe & Wine' and all that seasonal shite. Where was Spinal Tap's epic 'Christmas With The Devil', eh?

Shopper Grant Sullivan, 42, from Stockport, was in the store's Christmas grotto with his daughter, Deonne, aged four..... Mr Sullivan left the store last week and rang B&Q's head office to complain when he got home.

Deonne? That's child abuse, that is. If this guy took the trouble to ring them when he got home, he may want to consider a hobby of some form.

Of course, the presence of an otherwise innocent and unknowing child is a surefire way of getting a story of outraged morality into the pages of the Daily Wail.

The playing of South Park's Christmas in Hell was an oversight on our part and we did not wish to cause offence or embarrassment to any of our customers.

"The song was removed as soon as the oversight was pointed out to us and please be assured that we will not be playing this song in this or any of our other stores going forward."

Damn. I was going to pop in and request it.


Blogger D-Notice said...

Could've been worse... they could've played "Uncle Fucker"...

2:56 PM  

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