The Aruba and Holland Tourism Industry were hit today with the shocking bombshell news that accused women killers Vincent Tabak and Joran van der Sloot, both Dutchmen, met and partied 6 years ago on Aruba the same time US student Natalie Holloway went missing!
Architect and PhD holder Tabak was arrested for the mysterious murder of budding British architect Jo Yeates, and van der Sloot, long suspected of Holloway's disappearance, is languishing in a Peruvian jail for yet another dead girl he confessed to strangling in his hotel room.
The weird looking Dutchmen have been revealed to have met during spring break on Aruba almost 6 years ago as they infiltrated a bevy of US college girls bent on binge drinking, appearing on "Girls Gone Wild", and the Amsterdam custom of "Bonging and Boinking"
made popular by a well know satire writer now residing under a bridge in the famously libertine city.
Tabak was known as a loner prior to meeting a local girl, but that relationship appears to have withered in recent weeks leading up to the disappearance of Ms. Yeates, his neighbor in a Bristol flat. Ms. Yeates was later found murdered a scant 3 miles away from her residence having been dumped alongside the road.
While police aren't saying, journalists are theorizing that Tabak's former girl friend may have turned him in after watching an emotional plea from Yeates' parents and her fiance.
Meanwhile, publicity seeker Joran maintains that there's more to the story.
"Hey, give me $500,000 and I'll tell you about the rest of Vincent's capers and where he buried the bodies!"
Van der Sloot now maintains Tabak was with him the night Holloway disappeared as he continues his efforts from behind bars 'to find the real killer of Natalie!"
The Holland Minister of Tourism and Vital Statistics now claims after a thorough search,
"There is no evidence that either Vincent Tabak or Joran van der Sloot were either born in Holland, or in fact ever claimed citizen ship here!"
The Council of Human Rights for the EU is now looking into the case under the guise of
investigating blatant persecution of the two suspects who their lawyers say spent their time tilting at windmills and tending their tulip gardens.