Spoof news snippets from Sunday 6 May 2007
Mourinho: God isn't 'all that'
The Chelsea boss hits out at God Almighty in his new biography, saying that his current side could do a better job of creating a universe.
A-Team in Iraq
Sources reveal the fabled crime time are again active. They were deployed to Baghdad at the personal request of President Bush, who was "impressed by these folk's work" in the 80's.
Rich man wins croquet game
A wealthy man has won a croquet game in the grounds of a stately home in Surrey. The man beat a number of other wealthy men to claim victory.
Tornado hits Birmingham
A tornado measuring over a mile in width has swept through Birmingham. Early reports say the 200 mph winds have caused "billions of pounds worth of improvements."
Reid to die in summer
Home Secretary John Reid has announced that he will take his own life when Tony Blair steps down next week. Mr Reid cited a 'broken heart' as the reason behind his decision.
New Jersey man's life story to debut on Broadway
Eugene Words of Exit 12 NJ will have his life story adapted for a play on Broadway. NY Times critic Arnold B'Ananafanna was very skeptical about any future success saying, who would go to look at a play on Words.
Bin Laden: I love The Office
Osama Bin Laden has revealed that The Office is his favourite TV show. The heart-throb told reporters whilst in London to promote a new terror campaign.