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It's not clear whether the man accused of breaking wind had a medical condition that caused it.
The "Phillip Merlot, Breaking Wind '' production is actually taken from an radio episode from the Golden Age of radio, based on the character of Raymond Chandler's hard-bitten private detective Philip Marlowe.
Breaking wind is a normal process to get rid of this.
Mr Walton admits breaking wind and swearing in front of staff at the Green End dental practice in Whitchurch, Shropshire, in 2006 and 2007 but denies doing so when patients were there.
Read this if you find jokes about breaking wind and nose picking to be the height of sophisticated humour.
An off-colour gag about breaking wind is the world's oldest joke, researchers said today.
EMMERDALE star Kelvin Fletcher says he just can't stop breaking wind while filming the countryside soap.
A report 12 months ago stated that cattle breaking wind (I ambeing polite) accounted for 17% of global emissions.
This was the day after the record breaking wind storm in Rutland that left many of the district members without power.
Boyd said the breaking wind scene had followed another row about Harris's insistence that he be shot in "close-up".
Gently pull up on the front triangle by trying to stop an imaginary flow of urine, and find the back triangle by gently pulling up on the muscles that stop you from breaking wind.
Uncouth male passengers also annoy them by picking their noses - and BREAKING WIND.
HOW often do monitoring panels and management committees have breaking wind on their agenda?