Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Iran Decries Polanski Arrest

TEHRAN, IRAN - Joining movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and a growing chorus of international celebrities, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has spoken out on the Swiss arrest of film director and convicted child-molester Roman Polanski. "This is immoral, disgusting, and disgraceful," said Ahmadinejad. "Polanski is a famous film director. Hello? Chinatown, anyone? So he buggered a girl child? And...?" The Iranian President pointed out under Iranian law, child-rape is only illegal if a male family member objects. "Then you attend religious court and, if the mullah had a rough night, end up paying a few rial." Ahmadinejad chuckled when told Polanski had plied the girl with alcohol and drugs before raping her. "Westerners are so soft and devious. What ever happened to a Tootsie Pop and brute force?" (Photo: africanpress.wordpress.com & luishipolito.wordpress.com)

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