Albert Twaddle, the man who found the missing government al-Qaeda dossier and delivered it by hand to Taliban forces in Afghanistan, has been arrested by police and charged with various offences under the Prevention of Terrorism Act.
Twaddle, 82, returned the dossier last week, thinking he was doing 'the right thing'. This morning, though, officers from the Terrorist Section of the Metropolitan Police organised a dawn raid at Twaddle's residence, where, according to top policemen, they found him 'asleep in bed' plotting an atrocity.
The old man was taken to Paddington Green police station and charged with Behaviour Likely To Cause A Third World War and another offence relating to Vagrancy. He was bailed to appear before Bow Street Magistrates on June 27th, if he hasn't already gone back to Afghanistan before then.
Arresting officer PC Mick Krass told Spoof reporter INSEINE:
"He's a bleedin' menace!"