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 Top Totty beer banned from Parliamentary bar in case if offends women

Some on the left have a serious humour by-pass!

A beer called Top Totty has been banned from the Strangers’ Bar in the House of Commons because its pump plate, featuring a half-naked woman, offended female MPs. Shadow equalities minister Kate Green was left ”disturbed” after seeing the 4 per cent ale’s advertising in the popular parliamentary watering hole and demanded bar staff remove it from sale.

Within 90 minutes, House authorities ordered the beer to be withdrawn after Commons’ Leader Sir George Young told MPs: ”Action will be taken.” A barman told the Press Association: ”I can confirm it was withdrawn from sale at 1.30pm.” The bitter backlash developed after Ms Green told the Commons: ”I was disturbed last night to learn that the guest beer in the Strangers’ Bar is called Top Totty and there is a picture of a nearly naked woman on the tap.’

Here’s Kate. I couldn’t find one of her in a bikini…..

Think I need a drink….

 

 

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12 thoughts on “TOP TOTTY BANNED!

  1. Life would be happier if joyless old Fabian boilers were barred from the Commons instead.

    When you consider people like her actually make our laws it’s no wonder the country’s in a state.

  2. They should have called it Tory Totty. I’m sure that would have been acceptable to this harridan.

  3. Excepting people who work in pubs and hotels; how many other folk have a bar at their place of work?

  4. Kate Green is about as “Diesel” as they come.

    I bet she’d like a little taste of that (non-alcoholic, blonde) “toddy” for a late dining session.

    She needs to be bitch-slapped comotose by an Evangelical heavy-weight boxer.

    Then revived by having a bucket of top toddy poured over her head.

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