Written by Miko
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Topics: Police, Mexico, swine flu, Pig

Wednesday, 29 April 2009

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Like this but dressed like a Mexican

Two armed British pigs have shot dead two suspected terrorist Mexican pigs at Heathrow Airport.

The two armed pigs shot the two suspected terrorist Mexican pigs after CCTC showed they were about to let loose a biological weapon, namely Mexican Swine Flu Virus on board a plane bound for Moscow.

After an anonymous tip-off (by Daphne Grimshaw, 53, of 92c Redlesham Road Hackney) the two pigs covertly watched the suspected terrorist Mexican pigs has they made their way in a highly suspicious and furtive manner towards the Aeroflot plane.

Eyewitness Steven Bishop described what he saw next:

'I was walking up the stairs and about to board the plane looking forward to my holiday when I heard someone shout 'STOP, ARMED POLICE! PUT DOWN THAT PHIAL, LIE FLAT ON THE FLOOR AND DON'T MOVE A TROTTER!

'Before I knew it there were bullets flying everywhere and these two pigs, both Mexican looking, because there were kitted out in sombreros and stripey old blankets, were lying dead on the tarmac.'

Acting DCI Ingrid Bribesnatch of the Not So Serious Crime Squad commented: 'There will obviously have to be a thorough investigation by the ICA but we strongly suggest that there will be no case to answer after the ensuing cover up and miraculous loss of evidence leading up to any potential criminal trial of the two pigs involved...'

'...I.. I.. Mean Mu..Mu..My Officers..' he said with a nervous smile.

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