Family alarmed after Dad cries at something other than sport
A FAMILY are worried about the man of the house after he shed tears at a non-sporting event for the first time in their whole lives.
63-year-old Martin Bishop was observed to have tears in his eyes during an RSPCA Christmas appeal, causing his wife and children to hold an anxious conference in the kitchen.
Daughter Sophie Bishop said: “I’ve only seen Dad cry six times, and four of those were repeats of Jonny Wilkinson’s drop goal that won the 2003 Rugby World Cup final.
“The other two were Wayne Rooney breaking his metatarsal in 2004 and the lads getting beaten by Iceland in 2016, so this is an alarming development.
“Mum also claims his eyes got misty at the opening ceremony of the London Olympics, which is concerning because it doesn’t strictly count as sport and if he’d seen it in a theatre he’d have called it ‘arty-farty rubbish’.
“Is he depressed? Is it a sign of early onset dementia? Is he having an affair with the lady over the road and the emotional strain is getting too much? We’re all beside ourselves with worry.”
Martin Bishop said: “One of the dogs in the advert looked just like Andy Murray when he won Wimbledon in 2013.”