With dazzling photographs from the new year's eve 'Black eye ball' held at Wetherspoons in Manchester, publisher Archant is convinced that its latest publication 'Cheshire Strife' will capture the market for young thugs and the homeless to have their positions in society publicised each month.
The magazine, which is marketed as a downmarket version of its sister publication 'Cheshire Life' promises to shed light on the glittering life led by vagrants, features some of the regions least impressive properties and includes reviews of local restaurants such as McDonalds and the M61 service station.
'It was great to be pictured wearing handcuffs as I left the courthouse' said Tony Norris from Stockport 'Now all my mates can see that I have upheld the criminal behaviour so favoured by my family, and the photographs of me arriving at our family's baronial home, or Strangeways as it is now called, will bring a tear to my nan's eye.I hope they will publish a picture of me throwing slates from the roof - just like my old dad.'
In its first edition the magazine features a finance section sponsored by Wonga showing the various ways in which a £250 payday loan can be used such as bail, paying for the kneecapping of the bloke who shagged your missus or enjoying a line of coke in the toilets of the local boozer.
The magazine's property section features some affordable repossessions, some of which have an indoors WC and a roof.
Archant admitted that it was disappointed that its approach to Sky TV as an advertising partner has been unsuccessful, with Sky pointing-out it had already captured 100% of the target market.