Following an Incident at the The Roslin Institute, police were called in to help with the search for an Escaped Artifical Pope.
Proffessor Trish McDish of the Institute said “I was taking a bucket full of DNA from experiments that went Horribly Wrong, (mostly stuff from Horrible Parasites) out to the bins during a thunder storm when there was an almighty bang and I was hit by lightning.
When I came to the DNA has gone and there was a Pope sitting next to me, gibbering “Hail Bucket, Mother of God”
I tried to get the Pope back into the bucket, so as to throw it out with all the others but this one had grown too large and the bucket just jammed on its head, and it ran off into the woods.”
Chief Constable Jeanny Mc Beany of the Lothian & Borders Constabulary said “ None of my officers are trained in hunting escaped artificial Popes with buckets jammed on their heids through woods, so we're no takin ony chances.”
'Besides that', she went on,
'This gives us a chance to Declare an Exclusion Zone, get Tooled Up and drive around the countryside at high speed, all on Overtime, so what's no tae like?'
1,500 armed Police from all over the Kingdom have converged on Roslin to join in the hunt, including a Team of specialists from the Home Office with the latest Anti-Tank Bazooka Taser, backed up by a Squadron of the RAF Jets fitted with Bunker Buster Tasers.
The BBC is reporting that the Escaped Artifical Pope already has 6,000 followers on BaseCrook, the Only Internet Site that Matters.