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Christadelphians Face Legal Action After Miracle Reenactment

Several animal welfare organisations are threatening legal action after a recent prize-giving event in which Christadelphians reenacted the miracle where Jesus sent a herd of pigs off a cliff.



Authorities were contacted following reports of an occult ritual involving some kind of exorcism, followed by other reports of flying pigs.

At press time, the superintendent was last seen desperately trying to escape from an angry farmer who had just discovered his pigs were missing.

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