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Tuesday, 8 March 2005

C.I.A. officials were again facing ridicule after they arrested Britney Spears following remarks she allegedly made to security staff at J.F.K. Airport.

Britney was on the return leg of her journey from Las Vegas following her recent wedding and divorce tragedy.

Over zealous security guards insisted that Britney should open up all of her hand luggage for inspection.

At this point, Ms Spears lost her composure and yelled at the top of her voice that she was not accustomed to this sort of treatment because she was a sex-bomb.

J.F.K. Airport was immediately shut down whilst a search was made for the sex bomb and Britney was taken to the local police headquarters for interrogation.

George W Bush got personally involved following Britney's arrest and was prompted to make a statement on National T.V. urging greater vigilance in spotting sex bombs.

When asked what a sex bomb looked like, the President replied:

‘I have it on good authority that the sex bomb is the latest terror weapon in the Al Qaida terror arsenal.'

‘It consists of a condom that is filled with semtex explosive,' he revealed.

Ms Spears was later released from police custody after giving assurances that she would never again refer to herself as an explosive contraceptive device.

The British Foreign Office has advised all visitors to the United States to be aware that there is a ‘sense of humour crisis' amongst airport security personnel.

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