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Topics: Cars, airbags

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

image for Cars with faulty airbags filled with helium have been causing several near misses with landing 747's!
Low Flying UFOs beware, HIGH FLYING HONDAS ABOUT!!!!

Reports of vehicles being recalled because of faulty airbags has caused a world-wide panic.

Recently cars have been seen drifting heaven-wards after crashes.

It seems their airbags were mistakingly filled with HELIUM, causing them to rise like a bun in the oven after crashing.

Terrifying incidents have been reported especially around global airports as crashed cars rose and have had several near misses with landing 747's.

In fact one car got caught up in the under carriage of a landing Jumbo Jet in Tokyo and the astonished passengers, mainly Japanese tourists with cameras waved to the car driver, they thought it was a publicity stunt!

The car was last seen floating gently upwards beyond the clouds after the pilot pulled in his landing gear and was then shot down by a North Korean rocket heading for Siberia or Alaska or Taiwan, no one really knows actually?

All models fitted with the faulty helium airbags are being recalled and it is hoped that none of them crash near Cape Canaveral in the interim!

OR? The first car on the moon, could be excellent publicity!

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