In the on-going war against terrorism it emerged today that British singer songwriter James Blunt, 53, plays a huge part in hunting down terrorist hideouts and wanted criminals.
Colonel Terry Spatchcock of Regiment 113 Division Two explained:
'We first realised how painful James Blunt sounds when his song 'You're Beautiful' was a hit, but one of our torture specialists realised we could use it to our advantage in the war against terrorism.'
New tactics now dictate that when an area which is know to harbour major terrorists is targeted, the song 'You're Beautiful' is played over and over on a loop.
Within 3 full plays of the song, the terrorists can stand no more and they give themselves up.
'It's how we caught Saddam Hussein.' explained Terry. 'It's brilliant really, it's way worse than water torture. Just playing them at their own game.'