Lady-boy poet Gary Chutney fails to impress Spender Graves (left)
and Daisy Chalk (right) the judges of this year's Poem for the London
Olympics competition, when he enters his seventy-five stanza epic
protest ballad about the absence of cross-dressing track and field
events. "It was filth, we nearly called the police," they said. "But we're
told there's nothing we can do - he's part of some Minority Group"