Conversion therapy causes Leaning Tower of Pisa to go straight!


The Leaning Tower of Pisa is known worldwide for its tilt, today revealed that due to extensive conversion therapy over the last 17 years it is now going straight.

According to therapist professor Nunziante Squeglia, the 57-metre (186ft) building straightened by 4cm (1.5in).

LGBT activists are horrified by the news and have condemned the therapy saying it is dangerous and harmful to tourist attractions worldwide.

However, the professor responded saying, “What counts the most is the stability of the bell tower, which is better than expected.”

According to Queer Theory, tourist attractions are constructed straight or bent and they are not influenced by the environment.  However, some engineers say that the tilt of buildings is influenced over time by layers of clay and sand underneath.

“In this case, the layer is softer on the south side compared to the north, which meant that even though the building was straight by the time it grew to the third storey the soil had unsettled its foundations.  This can be treated over time with love and care.”

However, opponents are not convinced and have stated that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is only denying its true identity and have moved to get the Italian government to outlaw the use of such treatments.

Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible


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