LOS ANGELES - The speculation as to where exactly the debris from NASA's space satellite would land is finally over.
The West Coast Flaming Gazette reported that they received a call from a frantic individual who resides in Venice Beach saying that a piece of debris from the Upper Atmosphere Release Satellite (UARS) had landed in his house.
Reporter Voodoo Dupree was quickly dispatched to the individual's home which turned out to be the residence of former actor Gary Busey.
Busey, who appeared to be quite shaken and disheveled looking with his hair looking quite the mess could barely speak.
Dupree asked him to explain what had happened. Busey took some deep breaths, as he put down the bottle of Southern Comfort.
He said that he heard a crashing sound at approximately 9:13 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time), as he was in his upstairs bedroom watching a rerun of Gilligan's Island where Gilligan eats a papaya taco that contains the strongest aphrodisiac known to man and in a 4 hour period has his way with Ginger, Mary Ann, and Mrs. Thurston Howell, III.
After hearing the loud boom, he quickly grabbed the remote control and hit the pause button and headed downstairs. As he got to the foot of the stairs he said he detected a slight smell of smoke that was conducive to stainless steel, titanium, and beryllium.
As he turned the corner he walked into the downstairs bathroom and there sitting on the commode was what appeared to be about a 53 pound piece of metal which was still smoking.
Busey said that luckily for him when he'd had the house built back in 1978, he had agreed to go with the fireproof toilets upgrade.
The actor who last year appeared on Donald Trump's reality show Celebrity Apprentice this past season said that the piece of satellite finally cooled down after about four hours and he was able to pick it up and put it out on his backyard deck on top of a picnic table.
When Miss Dupree asked Busey what he plans to do with the piece of Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite, he smiled and said that he is going to put it on a shelf in the garage right next to the piece of Skylab that landed in his jacuzzi back in 1979.
SIDENOTE: Busey said that he received a call from his good friend Charlie "The Space Cadet" Sheen who offered to buy the piece of NASA space satellite for $900 but Gary told him that he wouldn't even sell it for $400. Yep, that's Busey alright.