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Miss Slackistan and the Burka Beauties vs. the Racism Police

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What’s gone wrong with Britain’s sense of humor? How Miss Slackistan and the Burka Beauties fell foul of the racism zealots.

It probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Stuck for inspiration about what to wear at their village carnival, one group made a last-minute decision to dress up in mock Muslim burkas.

Calling themselves the “Page Three Beauties from the Ramalama Ding-Dong Times”, the 17 men and women carried placards with made-up names such as “Miss Hairyarmpitsbad”, “Miss Slackistan”, “Miss Notbadinbedabad” and “Miss Reallyamanistan”.

As they walked the one-mile parade route, the group knelt down in mock prayer and used fake compasses to try to find Mecca.

Their routine impressed carnival judges - a mayor, two district councillors and a parish councillor - and they were shortlisted for the “best entry” prize.

But before any awards were handed out, police told the group to leave after complaints about racism.

(Hat tip: LGF readers.)

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