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Trending: Lance Armstrong’s books to be moved to fiction section

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  • Jan 22, 2013, 13:07 PM IST
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New Delhi: Lance Armstrong recent confession has disappointed millions of fans all across the world. A university student in Australia pasted a notice outside the Manly library, which read:

"All non-fiction Lance Armstrong books, including 'Lance Armstrong: Images of a Champion',

'The Lance Armstrong Performance Program' and 'Lance Armstrong: The World's Greatest Champion' will soon be moved to the fiction section".

The image of the notice soon attracted attention on internet and went viral.

The notice was posted by the student as a bit of fun, quoted Telegraph.co.uk

The joke went 'viral' all across the world. With major news outlets from Europe and Asia reporting the news.

 However, the library committee clarified that it can move the books to a different section only after seeking permission from the Libraries Australia governing body.

Last week Lance Armstrong confessed in front of television cameras, that he took banned substance to win his seven Tour de-France titles. : Lance Armstrong recent confession has disappointed millions of fans all across the world. A university student in Australia pasted a notice outside the Manly library, which read:

"All non-fiction Lance Armstrong books, including 'Lance Armstrong: Images of a Champion',

'The Lance Armstrong Performance Program' and 'Lance Armstrong: The World's Greatest Champion' will soon be moved to the fiction section".

The image of the notice soon attracted attention on internet and went viral.

The notice was posted by the student as a bit of fun, quoted Telegraph.co.uk

The joke went 'viral' all across the world. With major news outlets from Europe and Asia reporting the news.

 However, the library committee clarified that it can move the books to a different section only after seeking permission from the Libraries Australia governing body.

Last week Lance Armstrong confessed in front of television cameras, that he took banned substance to win his seven Tour de-France titles. 

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