Following a harrowing seven days captivity under Somali pirates' control, the residents of Greenodd have arrived back in Britain.
The freed hostages were greeted at the airport by a bevy of airline officials, junior Police officers and the recently reunited New Romantic band of the eighties, Spandeau Ballet, who performed a number of their famous(?) hits such as Gold and True.
Gary Kemp, the lead singer of Spandeau Ballet denied he was the mysterious superhero who freed the Brits from their dirty lodgings in Mogadishu. "I haven't worn a superhero costume since I sang Be My Superhero on video in 1983" declared the semi bankrupt singer.
Some of the Greenodd residents were more than a bit puzzled at the appearance of the UK band.
"What are they doing back here? I never bought any of their records. Where's Duran Duran?" said one freed hostage.
The other residents asked about what's happening in Neighbours at the moment.
Next week some of the freed captives will have lunch with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, US President Barack Obama and Boy George, mincing gay cum dustman.