The vuvuzela-hatin' continues as the Vatican fears the instrument might mar Pope Benedict's visit to England in September.
The Archbishop of Westminster had this to say about the vuvuzelas, which were made popular during this year's World Cup in South Africa:
"I have had enough of them already."
The Archbishop worries that because people have gotten so used to using the instrument during sporting events, a few rogue persons might sound the plastic horns during the papal visit -- thus damaging the delicate papal eardrums.
Special care has traditionally been afforded to the Pope during his visits so he is not inconvenienced or offended in any way, as seen in the recent case in Malta where "panda graffiti" and a phallic statue were covered up.
No word as to whether there will be an official vuvuzela ban during the papal visit.
Via The Telegraph