A donkey Lord Pants ooops, sorry, Mance
So here's the situation. A certain 'PJS' married to a certain 'YMA', a world 'sleb' of the first order, and both parents to two small children, asked another couple if they fancied a threesome in a bath of olive oil - as you do! Needless to say, he was ratted out to the press but, faster than you can say, 'More oil, sweetie?', he slapped privacy injunctions on everyone in every newsroom in the land.
Equally, needless to say, those dandruff-ridden hacks 'over there', showing their usual lack of respect to British Law Lords (shockin', shockin'!), published the story across the internet. Then, to add a dash of 'Irn Bru' to this brew, the Jocks went ahead and published the story 'up there'! Thus, the end result is that everyone and his uncle all round the world, including Scotland, can read the oily details - except Her Britannic Majesty's subjects in England!
The Appeals Court gave their opinion that any privacy was now well and truly void and that the injunctions should be lifted. But then, the donkeys on the Supreme Court trotted up, led by some total 'Cocklecarrot' called Lord Mance, and with one noble exception proved what we have all suspected that they actually inhabit the Planet Zog by insisting that the injunctions must remain in place. Why am I not surprised?
I am closing comments on this lest any of you inadvertently mention names and land me with a zillion pound fine from 'Mance the pants' and his coterie of 'Cocklecarrots'!