In a shocking display of poor judgment, the Lunch Ladies have been forced to flee Italy after stealing a Ferrari and speeding through city streets at 150 mph with police hot on their tails. Apparently, the women won Best Foreign Short and Best Actress* for their Italian premiere (October 20) at the 30th annual Fano Film Festival. Thrilled with the outcome, they got drunk on Limoncello, stole a classic Ferrari valued at over $200,000, hit four garbage cans and two light posts
News outlets across the world have confirmed that the Lunch Ladies have scored their Italian premiere at the Fano Film Festival where they will eat as much cannoli as humanly possible. Said Seretta, taking out the waist in her knock-off Pucci bell-bottoms she will wear at the fest: "I've been partying like mad the past few months on the film circuit and I'm not the svelte vixen I once was. Yet, I'm still incredibly sexy. Therefore, the diet can wait until after Fano Fest."
The dark web has confirmed that The Lunch Ladies will be heading to Olbia Film Market in Italy, but are confused about what a film market is and are convinced they will be shopping for fine Italian shoes. Professor Sweeney McTodd, Emeritus of Law and Economics at some prestigious University that was rated number one on Buzzfeed said: "Ladies. A film market is a place for professionals including industry buyers, producers and festivals to watch selected films in the privacy o