Lance Armstrong’s Books Labeled Fiction In Library Sign Prank
How bad are things for Lance Armstrong, the disgraced former cyclist who last week admitted to using banned substances while winning seven Tour de France titles? Library geeks are making fun of him.
After Armstrong copped to cheating in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last week, someone placed a sign in the Manly Library in Sydney, Australia declaring that the cyclist's books would be moved to the fiction section.
"All Non-Fiction Lance Armstrong Books, including 'Lance Armstrong - Images of a Champion', 'The Lance Armstrong Performance Program and 'Lance Armstrong: World's Greatest Champion,' will soon be moved to the fiction section," the sign stated.
However, the sign was revealed to be a prank; library rules stipulate that libraries can't change categories of books at their own discretion.
Even if the awesomely-named Manly Library is just for Australian guys who hunt crocodiles with cocktail forks, Lance Armstrong just got punked by a literary troll and had to be saved by a librarian! He may as well just ride a Schwinn with a basket and a bell from now on.