Birmingham - It's been billed as an ironic twist on John Cleese's notorious 'Sole reason for visit' response to a US visa questionnaire about 'Are You Planning To Overthrow The United States Government By Force?'
And it could be a very lucrative defamation defence according to some LA legal eagles offering to act on a no win/no fee basis for the Midlands holidaymakers thrown out of the USA over some silly Tweets.
Leigh Van Bryan and Emily Bunting incurred US Department of Homeland Insecurity wrath over suspicions of planning 'an illegal exhumation' of American national treasure Marilyn Monroe.
"And don't forget the 'destroy America' bit, heheh," pals of the couple commented as the full magnitude of US border security overkill became apparent this afternoon.
Police hustled the pair out of Los Angeles after becoming convinced Van Bryan's Tweets implied an imminent assault on the Land of the Free.
The holidaymakers were interrogated, handcuffed, strip searched and then bungled into separate holding cells alongside Mexican drug mules and other miscreants before being deported on the next flight home.
Miss Bunting's ordeal was particularly galling considering the way border cops foraged in her luggage for 'spades and shovels' after becoming convinced she was to be Van Bryan's 'lookout' during the purported heinous Monroe exhumation.
This, a spokesperson for LA lawfirm Custard Pie Associates said today, was fortunately confined to a suitcase and holdall - despite threats of a full body cavity search.
The lawyers are confident of a multiple million dollar settlement.