Mr. Brown Partial To A Wii Bit Of Tennis

In an interview with Eamonn "I Wish I Was Phillip Schofield" Holmes on BBC Radio Five Live, British Prime Minister Mr. Gordon Brown has confessed that his family own a Wii.

"The Wii is very popular," Brown said. "I have played a game of tennis, but I didn't succeed... It didn't leave me out of puff, but that was probably because I [was] beaten pretty early on by my son and he's only four."

Shame on you Mr. Brown. Beaten by a four-year old. I think a good ol' practice session should be arranged for our favourite PM.

Ironically, Brown has been one of those at the forefront of the "games make you murder people" campaign, stating in previous interviews:

"I am very worried about video and computer games. No one wants censorship or an interfering State, but the industry has some responsibility to society and needs to exercise that."

This is political-jargon for: "video games are my scapegoat for people murdering each other".

You're right Mr. Brown, playing video games does make me want to murder people. You're top of my list.

[via computerandvideogames.com]