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Sunday, 1 July 2007

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Police stop yet another flashy car full of gas cannisters and youths

A new craze is sweeping the U.K in the wake of the worlds war on terror. It seems that Britain's disaffected youth wants to get in on the act in a amateur capacity.

On Friday two cars were intercepted before they exploded, filled with gas canisters, petrol and nails. However, the hapless wannabe terrorists had failed to ensure detonation and also been captured on CCTV for 40 minutes setting up the homemade bombs.

Following this, two more wannabes rammed Glasgow airport in a flaming jeep, badly injuring themselves, but only slightly harming one passerby.

Security in the U.K is on red alert and police have advised members of the public to be vigilant releasing the following statement, "These wannabes are typified by the flash vehicles they are using, such as Mercedes and Cherokees. If you see a Mr Bean type character carrying gas cannisters or sizing up a flashy car, you are urged to call our wannabe terrorist hot line immediately. It's only a matter of time before one of these idiots manages to understand an internet bomb kit description correctly."

An Al-Quaeda spokesman said today, "We are co-operating fully with police in trying to catch these ridiculous amateurs. They're giving us a bad name!"

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