Los Angeles underground vigilante mob 'The A-Team' have fought back against the critics who have panned their decision to outsource portions of their workload to third-parties.
'Crazy Fools' said spokesman Bertrand Arthur Baracus at a press conference today " Some of those missions are far away and I ain't getting on no plane. Fool.'
Team commander Hannibal was more eloquent in his defence.
'We are busy guys and we want to offer a better vigilante experience for our valued customers. If we were to answer all the incoming calls ourselves we would never even make it to the small Texas towns that need our help. By outsourcing our call-handling to Delhi, we can focus on our core objectives.'
He continued 'We also made the difficult decision to move our manufacturing capabilities to Mexico. We now ship all our raw materials - suitcases, fruit boxes and an old spanner over to Tijuana and get a fully working tank shipped back. It may take longer but it is more cost-effective and gives better value to both our share holders and our valued customers.'
Colonel Decker was unavailable for comment.