Re: Bad Fuel :(
Hmmm, a bit tricky this because of the volume of fuel (approx 3 gallons) and the fire risk.
Are you anywhere near a Machine Mart as they do a big syringe type thing for fluid transfer that cost about £7, much better than choking on petrol. The advantage is it takes 500ml at a time and there is no risk of sparks, but it costs £7, but you do have it for other tasks.
You could take off the fuel line that goes into the engine, on the left side, above the oil cap, you will see two fuel lines going into the fuel rail, the one you need to take off is the one with the arrow on. Disconnect that, put a container on the end and turn the engine over. That will get the fuel out, but a 4bar or something so you need an assistant to cut the starter key, and a big cotainer as it will take seconds to fill up. There is a risk of fire because of the pressure, if you spray fuel over the engine and have a spark under there somewhere, you are fukced.
You could disconnect the fuel line after the fuel filter, just under the rear wheel, put a tube on the end, put the ignition on and pump it out that way, being under the car initially is an added complication, but a bit safer than at the engine end, but the fuel still comes out fast.
I would go for option 1 to get the volume out and them maybe option 2 to get the last little bits out of the system. Either way there is danger involved, do it outside, away from public areas, be prepared if something did go wrong.
If all goes well and you are not on News at 10 tonight, chuck in some Redex to clean up the inside of the injection system.
HTH and good luck.