New rugby laws sees English TV pundits banned from mentioning winning the 2003 Rugby World Cup

New laws that have been introduced to the game of rugby will see English rugby pundits banned from mentioning winning the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

The laws have also been extended to them mentioning winning the 2018 Six Nations Grand Slam which vexed all the other rugby nations in the tournament.

Rugby boss David Grunt told WalesOnCraic:

“These new laws may seem quite extreme but we’ve been trying to nip this in the bud now for several years. Every time Inverdale comes on telly, he’ll bring the 2003 RWC up and even when he’s hosting some of the other shitty games like Ireland v Italy, he always seems to mention it. These new laws could see pundits put away in jail for up to 45 years. We are hoping that the football world will also follow suit with their 1966 World Cup win.”

Tarquin Smythe-Peacock, who hosts rugby on Shit TV said:

“We won the World Cup in 2003 don’t you know? We also won this year’s Six Nations with a spiffing Grand Slam. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it. I’m off to find Jonny Wilkinson now. I want to caress him.”

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