In a undisclosed university somewhere on the North American Contingent, tragedy has struck a small frat house. A Pakistani student with links to Al Qaeda has returned to his homeland to take up arms and fight for the Taliban. The student departed several days ago taking 40 packets of chicken noodle soup with him. The theft has led to several of his former frat house roomies accusing him of kidnapping.
"I don't even know why he took the soup," said a distort individual only known as "Student A".
"Wouldn't they have just asked him to throw them out at customs?" Student A questioned with a bewildered look slapped across his face.
Department of homeland security spokesman Alan Grice tried to shed light on the matter.
"We believe they don't get that particular brand of soup in Pakistan or Afghanistan," he divulged, "it is apparently a favorite among former university students turned religious fighters."
Student A was still distort when told the news. "It was pretty selfish of him, I mean fair enough if you want to take up arms against the country that tried to give you a quality education but what are we supposed to eat for the rest of the week?"