NOGALES, Arizona - The United States Border Patrol has just discovered what they are calling the longest and most elaborate tunnel in the history of U.S. - Mexico tunnels.
Border Patrol spokesperson Grady G. Strongmarble, 43, informed the news media that the tunnel starts in Nogales, Mexico and ends up in Boulder City, Nevada, an amazingly unbelievable distance of 338 miles.
Strongmarble said that an unnamed source informed the Immigration Agency that the tunnel took 13 months to complete and was built by a team of 217 illegal aliens plus 7 American Navajos who were paid very well to be supervisors.
The source revealed that the equipment that was used in the tunnel's construction was purchased by a sports figure who did not want his name mentioned.
Border Patrol agents reported that the tunnel is extremely elaborate and is totally state-of-the-art as tunnels go. The tunnel is equipped with ultra modern lighting and an air conditioning system as well as water fountains that are located every 600 yards.
SIDENOTE: The Border Patrol was asked if they were going to destroy the tunnel. They replied that they have decided to keep the tunnel and use it as a storage unit.