Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Saturday, 7 May 2011

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One of the 400 soccer balls in Osama Bin Laden's soccer ball collection.

ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan - Reports coming out of the town of Abbottabad are stating that Osama Bin Laden had been collecting soccer balls for over 20 years.

Most had been purchased over the Internet from Soccer Balls "R" Us which is one of the world's largest producers of soccer balls and has factory outlets in Panama City, Panama; Tijuana, Mexico; Bafia, Cameroon; and Fairbanks, Alaska.

A reporter for Pakistan's national news agency The Two-Humped News Agency Sol Sand Magpie stated that Bin Laden's collection numbers around 400.

Magpie, who has actually seen the entire collection, as he is one of the biggest soccer fans in all of Pakistan, said that about 30 of the balls were actually autographed by the likes of Andres Iniesta, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Christiano Ronaldo, Samuel Eto'o, and Lionel Messi.

Magpie was able to talk to Mr. Bin Laden's widow, Elizabeth "Freckles" Bin Laden and she said that she will be FedExing the entire soccer ball collection to Caracas, Venezuela in care of President Hugo "Goooooal" Chavez.

In other news. Reports coming out of California that state that the Los Angeles Lakers are trying to trade Kobe Bryant to the Detroit Pistons for 25 brand new Cadillac SUV Escalades have not as yet been verified.

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