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Wednesday, 19 May 2010

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Michaele and Tareq Salahi, who slipped into the White House state dinner party earlier this year, are back in the news after they say that their 14 year old son, Diseal, went to sleep in the back seat of their Toyota Camry and then sleepwalked out the door.

Although the company is saying that this is another White House/Balloon Boy type attempt to get into the headlines, the couple say that they plan to sue.

"Diseal was asleep in the back seat and he had a bad dream", stated Michaele. "He then opened the back door and stepped out of the car while it was going 70 miles per hour. It was lucky that he was not killed or even injured."

"Diseal doesn't even have a scratch on him", stated an attorney for the company. "If he stepped out of a car doing 70 MPH, he would have been a mess. Besides, if he wasn't hurt, why are they suing?"

But the Salahis say they should change their locks so that it cannot happen again, plus that they are owed damages... but would settle out of court.

This just in: The real Salahi family have called the police and say that the couple are impersonating them. They have no son. The police have also learned that the 14-year-old is a runaway and his real parents are in another state.

Meanwhile, the fake Michaele and Tareq Salahi are also listed as runaways.

"How dare they impersonate us", Tareq told one reporter!

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