can't have your cake......

  Seth Haniel 13:10 26 Jun 2008

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Mum Gail Jordan's amusing plan to celebrate her son's 21st birthday by presenting him with a cake sporting a snap of him as a bare-cheeked bouncing baby came off the rails when Asda staff declared the image "pornographic", the Telegraph reports.

  amonra 13:19 26 Jun 2008

Bare faced cheek if you ask me !

  sunny staines 13:24 26 Jun 2008

a certain old rolling stones album would not get approved now for its cover art for same reason.

  Seth Haniel 13:33 26 Jun 2008

And Eric Clapton's group 'Blind Faith' - no way

PC gone nuts ;)

  GANDALF <|:-)> 14:00 26 Jun 2008

So, I could have my mother thrown into chokey for persistantly insisting on showing pictures of me in the nack, at the age of 13 months, to assorted relatives?


  Seth Haniel 14:02 26 Jun 2008

please spare us the details....... ;)

  Cymro. 14:25 26 Jun 2008

I wonder what the shop assistant in ASDA made of all this. In bet she just like most people thought it was all ridiculous.

  Earthsea 15:34 26 Jun 2008

How on earth can a photo of a baby be deemed as pornographic? The whole world's gone mad.

  wiz-king 16:02 26 Jun 2008

How will mothers embarrass their children's first boy or girl friends now?

  jack 17:32 26 Jun 2008

on a grave.
A young mother- who's son died suddenly wanted to put a granite representation of Bart Simpson on his grave.
The parish council after two meetings turn down the Request.
This made front page in the local FreeSheet.
How crass is that- not withstanding possible copyright infringement
Who would get it in the neck for that if it went ahead ?
The Monument Mason, the Council or the Parent?-

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