VE­GAN LES­BIAN CANNIBAL HOLO­CAUST MOVIE SCRAPPED

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PRO­DUC­ERS have pulled the plug on a satir­i­cal movie about VE­GAN LES­BIAN CANNIBALS amid fears it could cause RI­OT­ING by mil­i­tant meat- shun­ners.

Ve­gan Les­bian Cannibal Holo­caust was meant to be a light- hearted film in the same vein as the 2009 com­edy hor­ror Les­bian Vam­pire Killers, which starred James Cor­den and Mathew Horne.

But things have changed a lot since then and in a state­ment to in­vestors late on Fri­day, the pro­duc­tion t e a m ad­mit­ted that “in light of re­cent con­tro­versy con­cern­ing ve­g­an­ism, we do not be­lieve the time is right for this movie.”

It’s thought that the “re­cent con­tro­versy” re­ferred to is Waitrose food mag­a­zine edi­tor William Sitwell be­ing forced out of his job for mak­ing a joke about killing ve­g­ans in a pri­vate email with a free­lance jour­nal­ist.

A source close to the now- halted movie said: “We had high hopes for the film. There were hopes that the likes of Rox­anne Pal­lett and Jorgie Porter would come on board, along with Danny Dyer, who is a sea­soned hor­ror B- movie vet­eran.

“And for a bit of fun we were in talks about get­ting Fat Pat out of En­ders and Fizz from Cor­rie in­volved, too.

“But af­ter all that Sitwell busi­ness, we’ve come to re­alise you can’t f** k about with them ve­g­ans.

“Not only are they com­pletely hu­mour­less, they’re bet­ter or­gan­ised than the f** king SS.

“That’s why pulled it.”

Sitwell apol­o­gised again af­ter the news of his res­ig­na­tion broke, say­ing that it had just been an “ill- judged joke”. we’ve MEET TWO VEG: Pat and Fizz

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