British Airlines, the world's least favourite airline, is exploring the possibility of a merger with the Arab terrorist, Abu 'Curfew' Qatada, TheSpoof.com misunderstands.
BA, who had earlier rejected an approach for a similar arrangement from Antipodean carrier, Qantas, believe that a merger with Qatada will go some way to averting potential terrorist activity on its flights.
BA has said in the past that it feels it would be a prime target for any would-be, attention-seeking, young Muslim extremist, and the alliance with the man described by some as Osama Bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe, will divert terror in the direction of other major carriers, most probably in America.
It's well-known that there is a bottomless pit of American-trained Arab pilots who would love the chance the fly BA aircraft, although there has been a question over landing proficiency in recent years.
A spokesman for Jordanian-Palestinian Qatada looked surprised, and said:
"What the devil are you talking about?"