PRINCE Charles is recovering in hospital after a big lump of science-related irony hit him on the head.
The beneficiary of the queens death was criticising climate change scepticism when he was struck on the forehead by a large, possibly homeopathic, chunk of irony.
Onlooker Wayne Hayes said: I wasnt really listening to what he was saying, when suddenly I heard glass shattering as this hefty object that I recognised from school textbooks as a piece of irony smashed through a window.
“The next thing I know Charles is on the ground asking for some tincture of milk thistle.
Accident investigators say that by arguing the merits of science while simultaneously promoting absolute bollocks, Charles placed a critical strain on the supports of logic that hold the universe together.
Health and safety consultant Nikki Hollis said: Science is pretty sturdy and can generally cope with a person warning about CO2 emissions whilst being chauffeured around in a big fuck-off Bentley.
But if you start using a doctor analogy like Charles did, when youre convinced a £20 bottle of ghosts is the best treatment for serious illness, somethings bound to give.