BRITAIN'S werewolves have thrown their weight behind the government's plan to legalise terrifying hybrid embryos.
More than 200 wolfmen have signed a letter to national newspapers urging MPs to endorse the creation of thousands of eight foot tall, flesh-eating monsters.
Tom Logan, a 42 year-old werewolf from Tiverton, said: "The only way we can create a new werewolf is to bite someone, without killing them, under a full moon.
"But I'll tell you what, once you start attacking someone on a moor, it's very difficult to stop yourself from completely disembowelling them.
"This means we're struggling to create more than 30 or 40 new werewolves a year, once you take into account holidays and illness.
"We're up against it. Silver bullets are cheaper than ever and more and more young professionals want a stuffed werewolf head over their mantelpiece."
He added: "This bill could be a new start. We could have our own football league or stage the first all-werewolf production of Jesus Christ Superstar."
Meanwhile opposition MPs have expressed concern over claims the government may contain as many as 12 Catholics.
Denys Finch-Hatton, MP for Minchinhamptonsteadbury, said: "I have two questions: How did this happen? And can we burn them?"