After the huge success of the live leaders debates on television, the three main party leaders have agreed that in the event of a hung parliament, who becomes Prime Minister will be decided on a special edition of the hit BBC show Total Wipeout.
After minutes of wrangling between the TV executives the BBC1 show was chosen ahead of Channel 4’s ” Robot Wars” and BBC3’s “Snog, Marry, Avoid”.
A despondent Gordon Brown said he had favoured a three-way Countdown challenge but he couldn’t get the numbers to add up.
Meanwhile, a beaming Nick Clegg said it is the only logical conclusion to an astonishing campaign, stating, “the last time this sort of thing happened Herbert Asquith won the 1920 election for The Liberals in a nerve wracking episode of Sale of The Century. The Persian rug he won is still in 10 Downing Street to this day”.
David Cameron said “I used to agree with Nick, but not anymore”.
The SNP Leader, Alex Salmond, will not be taking legal action in an attempt to join the other party leaders on the Total Wipeout course, and has offered to hold their jackets for them.