The Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he is to launch an inquiry into the growing scandal of addiction and use of pure ‘methodism’ by senior bankers.
The announcement comes as former bank boss Paul Flowers was told he is to face a police probe after he was accused of being addicted to pure ‘methodism’ as well as habitual use of dangerous crackpot banking schemes during his time as chairman of the Co-op bank.
Shocking video footage showed Mr Flowers ‘ministering’ pure methodism in a Leeds United Methodist Church.
Narcotic experts say that pure ‘methodism’ in combination with dangerous ‘crackpot banking’ is a powerful and extremely addictive man-made stimulant and its use can lead to severe physiological and psychological dependence.
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