Metal legend Krusher Joule was resident in a tower block in Bermondsey, south London for thirty-two years until recently and after a long, bitter squabble with the local council, was forced to move out just a few days ago.
And this afternoon, the very same tower block was struck by lightning in a clear act of revenge by the Gods Of Heavy Metal.
Residents fled in terror from the block of flats that was set on fire by a bolt of lightning at around 2pm as storms caused chaos across Britain. At exactly the same time as a control tower at Gatwick Airport was hit, forcing flights to be suspended.
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Krusher is currently unavailable for comment but we will get hold of him soon, probably after the pubs have closed. Krusher's manager Steve Goldby, also editor of this very site made the following comment;
"Don't fuck with Heavy Metal legends or you will be struck by lightning. The Metal Gods have spoken and Bermondsey Liberal council who forced our friend out of his home better realise that there is nowhere to run now. Odin has spoken and your days are numbered."
Krusher is of course the man who invented the phrase 'Doom Metal'.
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