3-year-old Leona Baxter, the MI6 agent who jumped down a storm drain in Durham, in an attempt to capture an enemy agent, is livid at media bosses who in reporting the story, mentioned her name, and have, allegedly, blown the little girl's cover.
Earlier reports of the toddler's astonishing nutcasery were aired without her name, due to the intensified nature of the security threat to her, but around an hour ago, at just after 7:01, BBC Radio 5 Live divulged her name to listeners, as well as Britain's enemies, in its 7 o'clock news bulletin.
Agent Baxter has now 'gone to ground' somewhere in North Yorkshire, and could be hiding out on the Moors. We just don't know.
Earlier in the day, the little girl spy had shown great courage, if, indeed, not unbelievable recklessness, by plunging into an open storm drain in an attempt to capture SMERSH agent Fido, who is a Boxer dog, and one of Britain's most wanted enemy agents. He is still at large.
The Ministry of Intelligence (MI6) has issued a warning to the public, that if anyone sees Agent Baxter, they are not to see "Hiya, Leona" or "Hello, sweetheart" or any other pleasantries that might draw attention to her, and thereby alert potential foreign operatives lurking behind parked cars.
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