Last week, Brazil caught the sporting world's attention by blatantly discriminating against the gays. The Brazilian government will punish Judge Manoel Maximiano accordingly for his homophobic actions.
"We're disappointed that a person of the law discriminated," said Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. "We assure you that Maximiano is the only person in power here that harbours discriminatory feelings," the president finished.
To pay his debt to society, the judge will begin chiseling a statue of the gay Saint, Freddie Mercury.
"It will take a long time, but I figure I should spend a lot of time on it. I owe it to everyone, especially the fags," said Maximiano.
"I'll pay extra careful attention while chiseling the penis, don't want to screw that part up, you know."
The statue is expected to be completed by 2010. If it isn't finished in time, Judge Maximiano will be sodomized and then later executed.