It takes balls to inject some humour into a touchy subject

In the name of a good cause, the Prostate Cancer Charity wants men to play a new sport. Nothing wrong with that, you say. Possibly a touch sexist, but there you go. What is this sport? Peeball. No, don’t run away. Come on, it is for charity, y

To be honest, the Diary’s not too sure how to approach this one. You see, the whole story hinges on an intimate understanding of what goes on behind that door – in the office, pub or airport – marked “Gents”.

The Diary, being a top investigative reporter, knows what happens behind most doors. But do its readers?

Ah well. It’s all in a good cause, so here goes… the Prostate Cancer Charity wants men to play a new sport.

Nothing wrong with that, you say. Possibly a touch sexist, but there you go. What is this sport? Peeball. No, don’t turn the page. Come on, it is for charity, you know. It could have been worse. Possibly.

The (ahem) aim of the sport – the way to become number one, as it were – is to demolish a powder ball, which is placed in a urinal, in the shortest time possible. It may be unsavoury, ladies, but those skills might be useful when the firefighters are on strike…

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