Boy, 4, has the mark of Murdoch.
Tracy Gardner and Nobby Torchwood spotted the dollar symbol as they got their son, Keith, out of bed one morning.
The sinister sign of the evil one is proving a devil to explain. The imprint has baffled his parents, teachers and even the family's GP, all of whom are apparently as thick as pig shit. Or we might be making this background detail up.
Shocked Tracy, born yesterday, of Salem, West Norwood Cassette Library, said: “It’s a nightmare. Some people have said it’s the symbol of Mammon — the sign of the worship of money above everything else — which has been very upsetting.
“Just looking at it made me shake thinking the soul of that terrible man had visited my boy. Something or someone had made the sign on him but we just can't explain how, as neither Nobby or I have the power of independent thought, believing instead everything we see on Channel 5.”
Wondering if it might be a skin infection or rash, they took Keith to their GP, Dr. Nick Riveria.
"He too was baffled. He recommended we take him for an MRI scan, privately, as the NHS is very pushed at the moment. We didn't however have the £5,000 to spare."
Worried Tracy put a picture of Keith on Facebook, where it soon received 5 likes, and attracted a comment from among others, Tom Watson MP. "Clearly this boy has been touched by a presence not unlike the one that made me start believing the claims of ludicrous Tory MPs of the 1980s. We need a public inquiry into this right now."
Other MPs have also since raised their concerns, as parliament is in recess and they have to keep tweeting in order to give the impression they're doing something. "What possible justification can there be for calling the Sun a newspaper," Abraham Shelley didn't ask, "when it publishes trash not even the cheaper knock-offs of Take a Break would touch with a ten foot pole? That's the real issue, especially when the parents of the boy obviously sold the story and don't care about their or his privacy in the first place."
THE SUN SAYS
Our story is totally justified on two grounds. First, it's the silly season, and the rest of the press are filling their pages with similar guff. It's not as though there's civil war in Libya, massacre after massacre in Gaza or conflict in Ukraine we could be reporting on. That costs money.
Second, every time there's OUTRAGE about something we just get more attention, clicks and subscribers. Last time we checked Mail Online has 190m unique visitors a month, despite Twitter and the chattering classes hating the paper with a passion. You're feeding us, you gullible, keyboard slamming morons.