Respect MP, George Galloway has disappeared and thought to be in hiding today after news broke, that Iraq had executed two of Saddam's top aides and are to press the UK to extradite Galloway to be tried and hung for being one of the evil dictators closest aides and advisers.
Galloway, the ex-celebrity big brother star, ex-labour MP, ex-human being and outright communist has been under investigation by US intelligence and MI6 for sometime it was announced today and is believed that Galloway knows the whereabouts of Saddam's vast personal fortune and porn stash.
A MI6 spokesman stated today, "I can confirm that we have had Galloway under intense investigation over the last few months and we believe that Galloway was a close aide and supporter of Saddam. Circumstantial evidence leads us to believe that Mr Galloway knows where Saddam has stashed his money and his porn. After a raid on his home this morning we discovered £500 billion of gold bullion in his spare bedroom and boxes of various pornographic magazines such as "Playcamel", "Deep- throat Goats" and "Buxom Sheep".
Saddam's Nephew, Hamad Hussein, who asked The Spoof not to be named in case he was hung, stated, "I would like to confirm that there was no political relationship between dear old uncle Saddam and Mr Galloway - It was purely sexual!"
Hussein continued, "It was love at first sight, Saddam always said that he found Mr Galloway attractive because his face reminded him of a camel's arse!"
A nationwide appeal was launched and a reward is being offered for information leading to the capture of Mr Galloway. The public are reminded not to approach Mr Galloway, as he is very unstable character. Unconfirmed reports have indicated Galloway has been seen dressed in woman's clothes and has changed his name to Mary.
Tony Blair was later forced to make a statement on the executions in Iraq and went on the record by stating, "Although I cannot be seen to condone Iraq executing Saddam and his sidekicks, I am sure the whole country will back me when I say, in the case of George Galloway, we can make an exception."