American Big Band Leader, Glenn Miller who has been presumed dead and missing since Christmas 1944 has turned up in a Midlands Supermarket
Now aged a whopping 106, Swinging Glenn was found in his original plane under the pertrol station in a branch of Sainsburys in Blackheath
Glenn who gave his first interview today with us at CNN, stated that it was such a relief to be discovered and that he had been kept alive by eating his fellow people and the occasional stray bagel. He said that the SBDF (Sainsburys Blackheath Defence Force) mistook his plane for the Lufftwaffe in 1944 and shot him down, when the plane was discovered and found not to be german, THe SBDF buried it on a plot of land nearby, Which in 1961 was covered by a Petrol Station
Glenn has now been asked to record a new album and book deal entitled my life basically ruined by a petrol station is due out later this month.
His Famous Hit, In The Mood topped the UK singles chart this week when Dizzy Rascal Mixed it with his track Bonkers, entitled "I'm In A Bonkers Mood". Miller has taken all of it in his stride and will also be appearing in adverts for Sainsburys later this month
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