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Aussie bookies in Ashes prank

Australian bookmaker Sportsbet has go on the offensive before the Ashes.

In a statement the say:

“They may have won* the Cricket World Cup and are nauseatingly confident of regaining the Ashes, but the Poms can’t escape the monumental f**k up that is Brexit.

“With that in mind, Sportsbet has reminded our mortal enemies of exactly how they have royally stuffed up their country by constructing a massive 50,000 square feet crop circle just outside of Edgbaston.

“As far as we’re concerned, there can only be one result — the famous urn is going to REMAIN in Australia, crop that!

KEY STATS:

  • 250ft across in diameter
  • 50,000 square feet in area
  • Location — Warwickshire, 20km from the first test venue of Edgbaston
  • The crop circle took 2 days to build
  • 4 crop circle producers
  • Wheat will be used to make humble pie if we lose!

 

“British PM Boris Johnson can talk up the old dart all he likes, but at the end of the day the Poms exited Australia with a 4-zip hiding last Ashes, they can’t work out if they’re staying or going and drew the World Cup Final on home soil — ‘owzat?” said sportsbet.com.au’s Rich Hummerston.

“In his maiden speech, Boris Johnson told the world he is going to make Britain the greatest place on earth. Perhaps BoJo should bypass Brexit and concentrate on the English cricket team because we’re confident the Aussies will triumph.”

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