BBC Captures Rare Footage Of Fiona Bruce Having A Shit

IT is as thick as your arm and smells disgusting – and it has just been caught on camera for what is thought to be the first time.

A crew has managed to record a Fiona Bruce – the BBC's  biggest newsreader – expelling food waste, which was then scooped up for research.

Biologist Tom Logan said the sample had helped him to discover more about the giant creature's feeding habits.

Fiona Bruces (Antiquodon Roadshowius) are related to Anna Fords, but are far less fearsome. They are filter feeders, swimming about with their enormous mouths open to scoop up tasty morsels floating in their paths.

They can grow up to 12m long; yet, despite their staggering size, very little is known about these newsreading giants. Dr Logan added: "It does seem rather weird, someone being so excited about seeing Fiona Bruce poo. I'm pretty certain that this is the first time it has been filmed.

"But it is pretty rare – they are usually doing their business down in much deeper water." He described the faeces that the team collected as "scientific gold".

"One way to work out what is going in one end is to look at what is coming out of the other.

"By seeing a Fiona Bruce poo and getting hold of some of that stuff, we can use sophisticated genetic techniques to look at the DNA in that sample to find out exactly what those animals have been eating."

Genetic analysis revealed the Fiona Bruce had been feasting on red crab larvae and bits of Sophie Raworth.

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Sacked Citigroup Workers Bought By Findus

THE 75,000 workers sacked by Citigroup are to be bought by the multi-national food conglomerate Findus, it was confirmed last night.

The frozen food giant is understood to have offered around £2.20 a kilo in a deal worth £12.5 million.

Citigroup insisted the sale was an excellent result for shareholders and would help to offset redundancy payments to the workers' families.

Meanwhile Findus said the wholesale purchase of such a large number of redundancies could lead to a slight change in the flavour of the company's famous minced beef Crispy Pancakes.

A spokesman said: "Once the sale is finalised we will be able to process them very quickly.

"There will be nothing left that you could use for a funeral, as such, but the families can always buy a box of Crispy Pancakes and bury it in the back garden as a sort of symbolic gesture."


  • If all 75,000 workers were laid end to end the line would stretch from Mansfield to Redditch via the M1 and M42.
  • Together they would fill one Old Trafford, one-and-a-half White Hart Lanes or seven-and-a-half Glanford Parks (Scunthorpe United).
  • Their total weight is 5700 metric tonnes, bone-in.
  • This would produce enough meat for 10.9 million packets of sausages.
  • The 33 acres of leftover skin would cover an area slightly larger than the Arndale Centre in Manchester.