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Friday, 8 April 2011

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The UK sub effectively smashed most of the Libyan air force

Southampton - Her volley of cruise missiles wiped out two turds - er...thirds! - of the Libyan Air Farce during the coalition's Vernal Equinox strike.

At lunchtime today Royal Navy Police were scouring Southampton docks near UK nuclear flagship sub HMS Asstute's (sick) berth.

The random gunshot woundings aboard the awesome marine war machine has sparked a frantic search for a possible Libyan hit-squad.

Armed with recycled IRA semtex and an array of Swiss army knives Muammar Gaddafi's elite sabotage team is believed to have entered Britain via an Ecuador banana boat.

"We think their mission is to sink the sub, using subterfuge and high tech know-how," Rear Admiral Sir Poncy Barker-Smythe told reporters this afternoon.

Last week UK Prime Monster David Cameron announced a 'groundbreaking' arms deal with Libyan resistance fighters which could see the replacement of the entire Libyan fleet of military planes.

The $25 billion trade could recycle some of the UK's controversial Harrier jump jets from proposed landfill scrapheaps to rearm the soon to be democratised Arab state.

HMS Asstute was named and launched in 2007 by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - believed by many to be Colonel Gaddafi's first legally wedded wife.

It nearly sank off the Scottish coast last year during a hideous astrological aspect triggered by bad vibes around Halley's Comet.

Saif Al Gaddafi's dentist is wanted for dental crimes against humanity

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