UKIP leader Nigel Farage has spoken today of his fury that his own image is no longer viewable on popular social network site Facebook due to new rules regarding the display of photographic images of tits, arses and bell-ends.
Speaking via the ruder and more sweary site Twitter, Mr Farage said “I’m shocked, outraged and appalled that Facebook apparently can’t tell the difference between a real bell-end and a metaphorical one. I’ve got a good mind to stand next to a someone’s bare arse and pose for photos so people can see the difference. I’ve also been called a borderline racist cock womble by some people, but strangely that isn’t even mentioned in these new Facebook rules so we need some clarity here.”
Mr Farage, whose images have been taken down, along with those of Jeremy Clarkson and Kanye West, believes that this censorship of his images has nothing to do with decency and everything to do with foreigners.
“It doesn’t take a genius to work out that this has happened because we use foreign networking sites. A UKIP Government will return us to 100% British social media. Just like in the old days.”
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has refused to be swayed in his policy of taking down pictures of tits, arses and genitalia whether metaphorical or otherwise.
“All videos and pictures must be of cats.” He explained.