TRAINSPOTTING author Irvine Welsh has angered little people across the UK, because his new stage play is about drunken Munchkins having wild sex orgies. The infamous Scottish author's new play BABYLON HEIGHTS explores the wilder side of the tiny characters from movie classic The Wizard of Oz. Producers of the show promise, "Wild Munchkin orgies, drunken behaviour and general dwarf debauchery." But members of the Restricted Growth Association are furious and plan to demonstrate in Dublin, Ireland, where the play premieres next month (AUG06). A spokesman branded the play, "Disrespectful and irresponsible, this is just another example of the media ridiculing the lives of people of restricted growth." But Welsh's co-author DEAN KAVANAGH defends the play, saying, "To be honest, I don't give a f*** what the PC brigade will say."
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