Theresa May To Sue Epic Games For Stealing Her Dance To Use In Fortnite

Epic Games, the creator and publisher of popular children’s game Fortnite, is no stranger to controversy. However, this appears to be their largest and strangest one yet.

As those of you who are under five may know, in the game you are able to do a number of dance moves in order to show off to your friends or annoy popular Twitch streamer Ninja after you kill him.

Some of the dances have been brought into question and some celebrities have even gone as far as to sue Epic Games over breach of copyright, claiming they stole the dances from them.

These people include 2 Milly, Alfonso Ribeiro, Russell Horning (aka The BackPack Kid) and now, of course, Theresa May.

QWd93DAROne of our editors recreated what the dance would look like by combining well-known Theresa May movements with characters from the game. However, when playing it back his eyes and ears started bleeding and he fell into a coma that we aren’t sure he’ll wake up from.

This effect is not seen in those under 9 years old so Epic Games has gone ahead with the launch claiming that “No one over that age has ever been seen playing so it should be safe.”

The trial is set to take place on the 16th of March 2019, our InfoBomb reporters will be there to bring you all the details


Update: MI6 has declared the dance to be a Weapon of Mass Destruction and all copies have been subsequently destroyed.