God has announced He can no longer stand idly by and watch the devastation caused by careless men who walk away from their PCs leaving their wives to gape in horror at the list of sites they've been viewing.
“I believe this will be a cost-effective measure, Commandment-wise”, He said. “It'll save others from being broken in the long run. Why, just the other day, I watched a man in Norwich being caught visiting trannyheaven.com. He then broke the ninth Commandment, trying to tell his wife he only clicked on it by mistake while looking up Ford Transit vans – pretty unconvincing, really, when you consider he spent six hours on the site and went through half a box of Kleenex in the process. Then he ended up committing adultery, after she stopped sleeping with him”.
After some initial scepticism, the change has gone down well with the public, following a vigorous campaign of celebrity endorsement. In return for a prearranged fee, Tony Blair has said “a shake-up of the old laws was long overdue”, and claims he thought of it long before God, and Gary Glitter pronounced it “the best Commandment of the lot”, although he failed to name any of the others.