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Monday, 24 February 2014

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Livid CNN prime-time talk show host Piers Morgan is said to be furious and beside himself with anger after his prime-time talk show "Piers Morgan Live" was axed today.

It has been reported that Morgan was spotted purchasing several high powered assault rifles, dum-dum bullets, bullet proof vests and military style attire at a Los Angeles Wal-Mart.

"They won't get away with this," he was heard to say "I will show them, dumping me, they will pay I tell you, they will pay!"

According to witnesses Morgan seemed crazed and maddened by anger, one witness even stating that he looked 'slightly deranged'.

Morgan who is a former U.K. tabloid editor who reinvented himself as a TV personality with stints as a judge on "Britain's Got Talent" and its U.S. spinoff, NBC's "America's Got Talent," and as a contestant on "Celebrity Apprentice." He is though, more famously known for being a hypocrite.

It is believed his show was axed after Morgan's phone was apparently hacked and a recorded conversation with an unidentified individual allegedly stated that Morgan "knew it would be only a matter of time before Americans got sick of a Brit, who may or may not have been involved in a hacking scandal, preaching to them about their laws and behaviour," leaked online.

CNN have stepped up security at their studios, you know, just in case Morgan does go postal.

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