Melon Farmers spoof

The Melon Farmers have set up an amusing spoof news page describing a dystopian future which could come about should anyone ever take John Beyer seriously.

The recently adopted amendment to the Pornography of Act of 2006, dubbed as ‘Beyer’s Law’, has resulted in unprecedented levels of imprisonment.

Local authorities have opened 578 regional soup kitchens to alleviate family destitution resulting from the new regulations. The Treasury states that the drain on resources is unsustainable and they are seeking a more cost effective and permanent sentencing solution.

You can view the proposal to outlaw the viewing of violent pornography, and have your say at this Home Office consultation site.

2 Responses to “Melon Farmers spoof”

  1. G. Tingey says:

    Almost as funny as “the Handmaid’s Tale” I presume …..

    A theocracy is NEVER funny, I’m afraid.

    Remeber all religion is blackmail.

  2. Shaun Hollingworth says:

    It is important that anyone who is concerned about this criminalisation of possession of “extreme” porn has their say. It may otherwise be the start of a slippery slope, and material you own, might be next.