There is great exitement at the Devonshire village of Roadlump today as scientists confirm that human remains dug up by builders are indeed King Eric The Unstoppable (1117-1152). The village, a modern one built only 30 years ago sits partly over the site of the ancient settlement of Aaaars - a place known to be visited often by the king.
Speaking to "The Daily Muckspreader" today Dr Heinrich Wolfgang Err- Smith of Reading University said "He was a great fan of chariot racing and would hold events there as often as possible. His motto was "Dont worry - the brakes are OK" and his coat of arms bore the inscription "Ferodo Inactivus Innit". It is thought that a large group of peasants must have obscured the wall and he only saw it at the last moment as he scattered them. He died on the spot and it was originally thought he had been carried to Winchester to be buried but it appears they couldn't be bothered and just left him there".