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The Mugging of Meyer

‘Red socked fop’ Sir Christopher Meyer’s “mugging” was supposedly just “a fall”

 

Sir Christopher Meyer was allegedly “attacked” at Victoria Station on 11th July and a great fuss ensued. The media – encouraged by this opinionated former ambassador’s “Chanel clad” wife (and BFF of Theresa May) – printed stories of how he was “beaten” by two teenagers because he’d said “nice” (a frankly meaningless word) things about Donald Trump. Something did not quite make sense.

 

It has now been revealed by “Celebrity Jack” (Jack Malvern of The Times) that the “red socked fop” (as John Prescott so accurately christened him) supposedly just “fell” over.

 

After leaving his diplomatic post, Meyer became head of the now rightfully defunct “toothless poodle” that was the Press Complaints Commission in 2007. In the wake of The Times’ revelations, he has now become nothing but an originator of #FakeNews.

 

Matthew Steeples, a longtime adversary of the Meyers, comments: “It is an honour to return to our roots with our first story in some time. I started The Steeple Times in 2012 after exposing dodgy charities and I now return to expose the very same people we first started with.”

 

#FakeNews #MeyerFakeNews

 

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Comments

5 comments on “The Mugging of Meyer”

  1. It sounds as though he was ‘on the hooch ‘ earlier than usual and had what doctors call a PFO ( Pissed Fell Over ). Her ‘Charity’ sounds a bit odd too , I thought finding ‘missing and abducted children ‘ was a job for the Police not Mrs Meyer who seems to spend a lot of her time at the Chanel shop.

  2. Welcome back. And with a good story. Rather shows that in your recent absence, and indeed since 2012 when you started, plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose. (Sorry, can’t do accents with this font set-up).

  3. Matthew

    Good to have you back on line and with a good article. Don’t disappear again as you always have interesting things to say.

  4. Well he should be charged with making a false complaint, and wasting police time. I would also like to know who took that picture of him in hospital, what were they trying to achieve with that. If they both have made a false complaint, it’s quite serious in my opinion.
    By the way, WELCOME BACK MATT.

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