Cannibal rat ghost ship spotted in Staines High Street

They say laughter is the best form of medicine and occasionally during challenging times, what people need is a giggle.

England is currently battling extreme flooding. Many communities are living with houses flooded with up to six feet of water, no electricity and no sign of the weather getting better anytime soon. 

Online, tongue in cheek news provider www.newsbiscuit.com ran a story this week telling Britain that The Lyubov Orlova, a cannibal rat invested cruise ship that Yachting Pages recently reported on has finally reached UK shores and has been spotted in Staines High Street, London.

An unconfirmed quote from Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles said, “As long as I’m in control there is no cause for panic.” He said, “I deal with cannibal rats in the House of Commons on a daily basis.”

To read the article, follow this link www.newsbiscuit.com/russian-cannibal-rats-ghost-ship-spotted-in-staines-high-street 

Yachting Pages advises local residents not to panic, having checked the blog which is following the abandoned cruise ship we can confirm that the ship has not been seen near the coastline, or indeed any where near London.

To view the blog, follow this link whereisorlova.com

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