There are many people queuing up to defend the late Margaret Thatcher's name but you wouldn't have thought former Sex Pistol, Johnny Rotten, would be one of them.
The snarling, obscenity spitting 57-year-old who has recently been accused by the politically correct brigade for being a Nazi and a misogynist following a flamboyant appearance on an Aussie TV show, has condemned hordes of brainless Brits for dancing on the grave of the former British Prime Minister.
In a scathing attack on the loony left who seem to have abandoned all dignity, decorum, and moral restraint upon hearing the death of their 'old enemy, Rotten, or the 'margarine man' as he's often referred to in the UK, called the people celebrating Maggie's demise 'loathsome'.
Rotten became famous for fronting the Sex Pistols who left a particularly unsavory and unpleasant taste in the mouth of the establishment when Thatcher was first gaining prominence in the late 1970s.
Referring to the street parties where mobs of maniacs danced and pranced and vilified Margaret Thatcher as perhaps the most hideous and evil monster ever spat into God's good creation, old John boy said, "I was Thatcher's enemy in her life but I will not be her enemy in her death. I'm not going to dance on her grave."
The bug-eyed punk rocker then barked, "I'm not happy about the boo boo parties. When someone dies, give them respect. Enemy or not. I can't be listening to folk who do that. What kind of politics are they offering me? You dance on another person's grave? That's loathsome."
Like an old dog reminiscing about Thatcher's time as Queen Bi***, Rotten growled, "Her politics were really dreadful and derisive and caused a great many issues for me when I was young, for all of us trying to go through that. But that don't mean I am gonna dance on her grave, as they say. I'm not that kind of person. I am not a coward."