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Mush a hit among spoof writers

Pakistan continues to be the favourite subject of spoof with writers, who now claim that former President Pervez Musharraf is “living above a kebab shop” in London and President Asif Ali Zardari has decided to take a “brief five-day break from his 360-day foreign tour”.

entertainment Updated: Oct 14, 2009 00:43 IST

Pakistan continues to be the favourite subject of spoof with writers, who now claim that former President Pervez Musharraf is “living above a kebab shop” in London and President Asif Ali Zardari has decided to take a “brief five-day break from his 360-day foreign tour”.

A spoof on how the mighty have fallen gives details of Musharraf’s whereabouts. “…And now here he is in London slumming it above a…street kebab shop-cum-shisha bar...,” goes the write-up on a website.

It states Musharraf called a press conference “hastily” to tell the world about his new address.

The other ‘breaking story’ says in a “surprising move, the office of the Presidency announced that President Zardari will embark on an epic five-day domestic tour of the country, in attempt to reign in domestic donors and to find new ‘friends’ of Pakistan.”

“President Zardari’s trip to Pakistan will take place in between his trips to Dubai and China,” reads the story on themailatimes.Com.