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Congestion Works Successful
St Neots town center recently had the diggers in to cause immense congestion stretching from Lidl to Eaton Ford stores. However, now that they have finished the work, the traffic jams have improved in length now stretching from Sandfields road up to the Great North road. A rich man in a Jag said, "It's great! I can abandon my car anywhere to do my shopping. No one can tell which cars are moving and which are parked illegally. Saves me 60p in the car-park " Work has also been carried out on the flashing green men who now only beep every 2 weeks, saving the council a great deal of green-ness,
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'Hitler Lives In My Head' Man Terrorises Town Center
Hitler gets cross, again.
A man claiming 'Hitler lives in his head' went on a goose stepping rampage through the town confusing the population this Thursday. The silly-walking lasted for up to an hour before his mum arrived and gave him a thick ear. Of the episode, Len, 74,had this to say. "People just don't seem to understand, there are no support groups. He lives up there in my head, stomping around, slamming doors, and every now and then he overpowers me"Hitler was famously short, measuring just 4 foot 3 inches. And he only had one testicle.
St Neots Could Be Refuge For Mistreated Clowns
A clown, packed and ready to move in
Everyone knows that unwanted clowns live in sacks beneath Priory Park, but did you know that soon you may be forced to house one? A new incentive may be launched whereby each family in St Neots may be expected to have at least one clown living in their house. The proposal has angered some residents in the area. Ron is furious, "If you think I'm having one of these clowns in my house, you can think again." He said, "They are idiots."
Baby's Face In Slab 'Could' Be Jesus
Work on the new cinema site has ground to a halt after workers found this concrete slab containing the profile of a baby's face. The face is currently being examined as experts believe it could well belong to baby Jesus.