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Job Centre ‘Christmas Special’

Published on December 23, 2008 under Celebrity Gossip

In the run up to Christmas, the staff at a Job-centre in Birkenhead, who have circulated a mock version of the Christmas song ‘The 12 days of Christmas’, will be investigated.

The song, which was passed around by email, ends each verse with the refrain: “And a scally in a hoodie.”

A print-out was seen by an unemployed man at a Jobcentre in Birkenhead, Merseyside, who was reportedly told the joke was helping staff morale.

Employment and Welfare Reform minister Tony McNulty has ordered an inquiry.

He said: “These comments are in no way representative of the attitude of the vast majority of Jobcentre Plus staff who work very hard to support our customers.”

He added “I will get the matter investigated and will take appropriate action if necessary.”

Taking appropriate action could lead to certain employee’s losing their job! Oh, the irony!!

For anyone who is curious of how the song went, here it is:

On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…

Twelve hunting rifles
Eleven spotty youths
Ten fleas a-leaping
Nine screaming babies
Eight P45s
Seven recovering alcoholics
Six DMA’s
Five direct payments
Four Fresh Starts
Three crisis loans
Two missed Ev’s
And a Scally in a hoody