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Friday, 21 October 2011

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No room for Gaddafi's 50 fav camels or Kalashnikov collection

California - The Mad Dog of the Middle East is to be interred in the cemetery's Great Mausoleum Court of Honor in a traditional Halloween ceremony at the end of the month.

Gaddafi, who reserved the plot some time in the 1970s, requested to be sandwiched between Michael Jackson and Jane Fonda according to instructions in his Last Will & Testament.

A spokesperson for Forest Lawn Memorial Park denied earlier stories that the dictator might be buried in a pharaoh-like sarcophagus along with his 50 favorite camels and prized Kalashnikov collection.

His remains will now reside in a shady party of the cemetery once described by Your Time's Up! magazine as the 'New World's Westmonster Abbey'; immediate neighbors include celebs such as Errol Flynn, Elizabeth Taylor, Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable and Nancy Reagan.

The private Hollywood ceremony comes amid claims Gaddafi should join Osama Bin Laden in a traditional burial at sea somewhere in the Arabian Gulf's shark-infested waters.

Last July a Great White Loan Shark, captured off the Shatt al-Arab, was found to have undigested remains of a human beard in its belly, prompting speculation it died of food poisoning following pre-dinner 'nibbles' on an unidentified Al-Qaeda corpse.

Zsa Zsa Gabor is 104.

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