The annual nativity play at Goldman Sachs is being ruined by pushy kids who stand up to film their precious parents, ruining the view for others. It's got so bad that the CEO of Goldman Sachs has considered banning cameras from the nativity play. He said many of the audience had their view of the stage obscured by a selfish few who gave everyone a bad name.
But not everyone was happy with the ban. 'It's banking compliance gone mad,' said Joshua, 9, whose dad starred as one of the Three Wise Men. Joshua defended his use of a sound man, a grip and tracking shots as he captured the journey of his dad across stage. 'These are cherished memories of my dad. I don't get to see him much all year, as I'm working bloody hard in the nursery and after school clubs. So, excuse my french, I'm not going to take any crap from some jobsworths,' said Joshua.
'God, we don't like winners in this country do we,' Joshua continued. 'My dad, poor little fellow, has a lot to contend with. He's been called names by some of the other bankers, because he lost a few billion pounds. If that wasn't bad enough, he's got a cocaine habit and his pet mistress got run over by a train. he's incredibly resilient though, and he'll soldier on.'
The Goldman Sachs version of the nativity has upset some traditionalists, as the Gifts of the Three Wise Men are pawned and used to pay off the debts incurred by Mary and Joseph at The Inn.