George Dubya Bush today moves out of the White House as his term as President comes to an end.
After eight years on Pennsylvania Avenue Bush has accrued a lot of his own possessions in the Capital's most famous house, and it all needs removing.
"He's got a complete collection of 1960's Beano Comics," said Don Mallard, a White House aide. "That'll need moving before the Big O arrives. I think he's already taken the plasma screens out, because I'm sure we used to have some."
Bush had tried to get a removal company in to remove his personal belongings from the Presidential Suite, but in true Bush style, he was unable to secure one in time. With just hours left before he's evicted, Bush has been loading his 1972 Corvette with potted plants and Native American totem poles himself. He did need help carrying his tropical fish aquarium though.
Whilst carrying his collection of Dynasty collector's plates (Bush thought that they were Ming Dynasty, but they had pictures of Joan Collins and George Peppard on them) he was stopped by reporters.
"My ma rang me and told me to make sure I tidied up before Bazza arrived," he told them. "I gotta dust and hoover up to make sure it's like I found it."