Football fans who make offensive chants about wind turbines could face stiff jail sentences, as the government and the FA pledge to 'get tough' with climate change deniers.
The news was welcomed by Al Gore and many of Britain's leading lights in the zero tolerance community. Al Gore recently unveiled a link between the Holocaust, racism and scepticism towards claims by Wind Turbine marketing managers.
"They're all cowards these people," said Barry Jones, the FA's new climate change guru, "if you ask one of them to back up one of their chants with some empirical evidence, they soon back down."
Chants such as "You can stick your fucking windmils up your arse," aimed at Yeovil Town supporters (Somerset and Cornwall have a large wind turbine community) will be a thing of the past, says Jones.
"I like a joke as much as the next man," says Jones, "but jokes, like all kinds of thought, have to be regulated."
Many of the top players in the premier league, who come from nations like Spain and Germany, where photovoltaic technology is streets ahead of our own, could boycott Britain in disgust, says Jones, if we continue to question any claims about climate change. "It's no exaggeration to say that Britain could soon be flooded, then burned to a crisp while everyone gets skin cancer. Is that what you want for your children? Because that's what will happen."