North Korea Launches Nuclear Prank Warhead
North Korea has sent shockwaves around the world after successfully launching its secret nuclear prank strike on the US state of Alaska.
At approximately 12pm local time – the height of Inuit rush-hour – the North Korean ‘nuclear prank warhead’ landed and detonated somewhere inside the Arctic Circle region of Yukon-Koyukuk County, some 2,500 miles from its intended target of Los Angeles.
Upon landing, the detonation device was triggered and a 24x48ft flag bearing the word ‘BANG’ was subsequently unfurled on an unsuspecting Alaskan public.
The flag was noticed a few hours later by an Inuk fisherman, who immediately called his good friends, here at The Taxman.
By doing so he inadvertently began a chain of events that at some point or another included president Bush soiling himself.
Late yesterday evening North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il gave this statement: “Got you! Ha ha, me so funny!”
Jack Bauer said he wasn’t laughing.
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