Tuesday 3 November 2015

Margaret Thatcher wardrobe ‘mostly just dominatrix outfits’


Margaret Thatcher wardrobe

The Margaret Thatcher wardrobe rejected by the Victoria & Albert museum is mostly just leather, whips and chains, according to reports.

The museum said it wouldn’t provide a home for the wardrobe as the collection did not represent “outstanding aesthetic or technical quality” – even though a few of the gimp masks are quite exquisite.

A spokesperson for the museum explained, “This is not a snub, we’re just not sure the general public are all that keen to see what Margaret Thatcher wore whilst she was inflicting pain on others for her own sexual gratification.”

“And we don’t mean emotional and financial pain like she inflicted whilst she was wearing her commons outfits – we mean real physical ‘could have drawn a lot of blood’ type pain.”

Museum worker Simon Williams said he was disappointed the public won’t get to see the items he had to review.

He told us, “It’s a truly enlightening experience to see the items of clothing meant so much of one of our most famous prime ministers – so it’s a shame you won’t get to appreciate her sadomasochistic tendencies yourselves.”

“You’ll just have to take my word for it, she had very specialised tastes.”

“One of the pieces actually comprises two outfits.  Her’s – which was mostly leather, whips and heels about a foot high – and the other, which is essentially a donkey jacket and a miner’s helmet.”

“I’ve honestly no idea what she used them for.”

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