The Eggy Enquirer has once again fallen "fowl" of the law by running the article pictured on the left. A spokesman for Toast yesterday delivered a prepared statement from Toast himself, indicating that legal action against the newspaper was pending. According to Toast, the alleged "revelations" by former PA Maple Syrup are "absolute poppycock" and "just a bad yolk". Furthermore, Toast took a swipe at the reporters who have been camped outside his mansion where he has been cooped up since the revelations hit the press, saying that they had caused undue distress to both him and Canadian Bacon.
But it was a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire when Toast’s latest conquest Coddled Egg was seen leaving the Toast Mansion via a back entrance, heavily disguised as an Easter egg, while Bacon is still at the clinic.
Nevertheless, Toast has insisted that the Press Reggulator should investigate the Eggy Enquirer to see if any privacy laws were violated in the course of constructing their story.
Below is a picture of Toast and Bacon in happier days, together on the red capet at the premiere of his movie "Petit Dejeneur".
[Stuffed French toast made with a brioche loaf and stuffed with cheddar and pieces of fried bacon. Mmmmmmm. Slice the bread thickly – about 1.5 inches – and cut a pocket in each slice. Fry the bacon and grate or thinly slice the cheese. Fill each brioche pocket with cheese and bacon. Make a batter with 1 egg, 1/2 cup of milk and 1/8 cup of flour per 4 slices. Dip each slice in the egg mixture and fry on both sides until golden brown.]