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14 September 2010updated 27 Sep 2015 2:14am

The must-have accessory for the Pope’s visit to the UK

The Benadictaphone. It's what you've been waiting for.

By Samira Shackle

Benedictaphone

 

From the people who brought you Holy Toast and the Martin Loofah King comes a topical accessory for the Pope’s prospective visit to the UK. Both practical and eerily realistic, the Benadictaphone is a pocket-sized voice recorder, and a must-have for pontiff-related press conferences in the next few days. Get your order in now.

 

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