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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

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Viking long ships spotted in North Sea

The North Sea: Three Viking long ships where spotted in the North sea today off the coast of England in what appears to be some sort of extremely delayed retaliation attempt for the "Battle of Stamford Bridge" in 1066.

Locals thought it to be some kind outrageous prank until the long ships began shooting a hale of flaming arrows and gigantic rocks from there Dragon clad vessels at Northern English coastal towns.

The British military was notified and the ships where quickly neutralized from "RAF fighter jets" who annihilated them in under a minute.

Scientist are trying to figure out if some sort of secret "Time traveling technology" had something to do with the debacle from the confused Vikings

Norway's prime-minister, Jens Stoltenberg, declined to comment.

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