SECOND POST – AUGUST 24, 2012 – MERCURY NEWS SERVICE REPORTS THAT QATAR PRINCE RENEGES ON DEAL FOR PURCHASE OF “YOUNG BOYS” FOOTBALL TEAM IN SWITZERLAND; CITES “MISUNDERSTANDINGS”
Oleg Dumbuffskiy reporting from Zurich, exclusive to MNS.
The Qatari government has confirmed that it no longer wants to purchase the Swiss 5th rank football team the “Young Boys”. The Wankdorff Stadium champions are now orphans once again due to Prince Fatso’s refusal to go ahead with the deal. MNS has learned that the Qatari government was “confused” about the make-up of the team, apparently thinking the players were, in fact, “young boys”. Chlodwig Platschklumper, coach of the team remarked to MNS: “We thought everything was fine until a Qatari representative showed us this photo of the team the prince wanted to buy…here….look at this”.
The photo showed boys of around nine years of age playing soccer who appeared to be more appropriately in the charge of their mothers than some Arabian pederast. He went on to say: “Well, our team is made up of young men. We told the representative that and he made an ugly face. He said to me that the Prince wanted ‘young boys’.” We followed up with this question: “So the Qataris wanted to actually buy ‘young boys’?” The coach replied: “Yes, but the Swiss government is not in the business of selling adolescents to known child molesters. I think it’s against the law. The last time that was done was in the 18th Century to help the Italians create better singers for opera. And those boys were from the Italian side of the country, anyway.”
Known for his affection for children, especially little boys, Prince Fatso Husband of Madame Banana, is seen here expressing delight last year with the arrival of 25 Bulgarian male orphans at Doha’s airport.
We called Qatar’s ambassador to Berne in the hope of obtaining clarification of the Sheikhdom’s position on the purchase offer. The ambassador’s secretary, Mush’ir Ibn Khalaa’ah, simply stated that: “The Swiss knew what we wanted and tried to sell us old goods.” (click). Donnatella TuttiFrutti, chairwoman of the Swiss Chamber of Commerce, would only say that “I can’t believe anyone would offer 38 million Euros for a team made up of nine year old boys.” We will have more as events unfold.