London, England. Wikileaks advocate, Julian Assange, has managed to secrete himself out of the Ecuadorian embassy, only to find his travels curtailed when the laundry bag he hid in was dropped at the local laundromat where Pakistani laundry hands discovered the slightly crumpled form of the libertarian.
"Is this Ecuador?" he is reported to have enquired upon emerging from the plastic bag, tied with old bungy rope. Before they could call members of the Metropolitan Police, who are eagerly waiting to capture Assange and ship him to Sweden, the Wikileaks founder bounded away up the street in the direction of the BBC World Service studios where he lodged an appeal for his fans to come and rescue him...immediately. At last report, only six supporters showed up however they quickly exited the site when the newly reunited Spice Girls presented for an interview.
No updates are available on Assange's status nor his present location, though a strong rumour is doing the rounds that he has landed a bunk at Jamie Oliver's house.