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Gypsy curse halts Channel 4 programme that stereotyped gypsies
Channel 4 has announced the immediate cancellation of its popular reality TV programme, My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. According to informed sources in the media, a gypsy woman from Essex has placed a curse on the programme for demeaning and stereotyping the gypsy community in referring to them as 'travellers' when a more politically correct term might have been 'geographically challenged'.
'Apparently this woman was the seventh child of a seventh child - yeah, they breed like rabbits, don't they?,' said Channel 4 executive Laura Marshall. 'Anyway, they're the ones who can place curses on you, right?, and she told the producer that if he went ahead with another series, all his children would be born left-handed and he'd never find a half-decent cappucino in Soho again. He was absolutely bricking himself.'
Some viewers have called on Channel 4 to apologise and mend their bridges to the traveller community, by buying some lucky heather or a rabbit's foot or whatever else it is these days. However, there are fears that the breach is irreparable and that Britain will have to get its weekly fix of superiority at the expense of a different group of flashy idiots from now on.
A traveller spokesman, who gave an interview under the pseudonym Donald Duck because he didn't want the Inland Revenue sniffing around his cash-only drive-tarmacking business, denied the curse allegiations but said that the first series of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding unfairly stereotyped his community.
'It portrayed the men as a bunch of thick, violent parasites on society and the women as empty-headed slappers whose aim in life is to get married looking like satsumas in frilly badminton shuttlecocks,' Duck complained. 'Exactly like most of the rest of Britain, in other words. Now fuck off away from my caravan before I knock you out.'