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'''The South of England''' was hit with a torrential downpour last night. Places like [[London]], [[Portsmouth]] and [[Devon]] were affected by this unbelievable [[weather]].
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'''SOUTH, England''' -- The South of England was hit with a torrential downpour last night. Places like [[London]], [[Portsmouth]] and [[Devon]] were affected by this unbelievable [[weather]].
   
 
At about 9pm, the rain started, and did not stop for some time. Onlookers were amazed at the amount of water that was falling from the sky, and they hadn't seen such terrible conditions for a long time.
 
At about 9pm, the rain started, and did not stop for some time. Onlookers were amazed at the amount of water that was falling from the sky, and they hadn't seen such terrible conditions for a long time.

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11 November 2006

Rain

The culprit

SOUTH, England -- The South of England was hit with a torrential downpour last night. Places like London, Portsmouth and Devon were affected by this unbelievable weather.

At about 9pm, the rain started, and did not stop for some time. Onlookers were amazed at the amount of water that was falling from the sky, and they hadn't seen such terrible conditions for a long time.

"I haven't seen this kind of weather since last week, I couldn't believe it", a spectator said, from London.

In fact, one of the worst places hit, was indeed London. The rain, fell onto the roads and the houses getting them soaked. However it wasn't the monsoon that annoyed the victims the most, it was the fact that the cause of the event was an act of God, therefore not being covered in their insurance.

"I don't know what you're talking about," stated a man that didn't witness the event.

This man is obviously suffering from amnesia, an unknown side-effect to observing "cloud juice". The local GP denies this, but maybe he saw the storm as well. There is currently no cure for this condition, and it is spreading fast. Leading experts in the USA have been employed to investigate this disorder. According to our sources, the first thing they are trying to find out is where it comes from.

The Government has failed to comment on this misfortune, but has told the local authorities to begin cleaning up the catastrophe on Monday, even though many think it will disappeared by then.

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