Secrets Exposed At Buckingham Palace As Bush Wets Royal Bed - November 21st 2003
A huge breach of security at Buckingham Palace has resulted in sensitive secrets surfacing this week, during President Bush’s State Visit of the United Kingdom.
Whilst being guest of honour, staying at Buckingham Palace, it was discovered that George W. Bush had wet the royal bed in which he had been sleeping in. Mr Bush had hoped his little accident would pass unnoticed by the public eye, joking to the Queen how it always takes him a while to get used to a new mattress however the President and the White House were unaware of the British Tradition of employing Tabloid Journalists as servants.
The Pentagon was furious, claiming that the employment of tabloid journalists by Buckingham Palace placed the President in grave danger as they could ‘photograph him or something’
Buckingham Palace, however, was not too worried about the bed wetting incident being revealed to the public. Since the public was now aware that despite being the richest monarchy in the world they lived like plebes, the sheets used on the Royal Bed came from Asda and were easy to replace.
The Queen said she was more concerned about George Bush’s determination to recreate a scene inspired by his hero, Winston Churchill. Apparently, after knocking on the door to Mr Bush’s bathroom the President insisted she came in despite being naked in the bath. The President then stood up and said “The President of the United States has nothing to hide from the Queen of England.”
However, the awkward moment was quickly diffused when Prince Phillip entered and offered to lend the President his viagra.
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