After the attempted flour bombing of Tony Blair on Wednesday, the bomber has made another attempt to powder the government, this time using a much larger bomb. Londoners woke up this morning to find the Houses of Parliament completely powdered.
"The place was completely covered" said Nigel McDougall, yesterday. "Six foot deep, and it completely disrupted my trip to work."
Metropolitan police are investigating the bombing, are have warned the public to be vigilant against any strange aerial sightings. The bomber is not expected to stop, and may continue to flour bomb other major cities in a new reign of terror, all controlled from his base aboard a high security airship.
Quickly taking emergency measures, George Bush has put forward that the entire U.S.A. be protected using a giant sieve. A special "Omelette Squad" has also been formed to combat any powder bomb attempts with eggstreme prejudice.