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Wednesday, 15 August 2012

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Photo taken by a tourist of the dragon that incinerated Bigfoot's digital camera.

While vacationing in Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands, Bigfoot, also known as Mr. Sasquatch, reported taking the best photo yet of the storied Loch Ness Monster.

Bigfoot, a three-meter-tall-ape-like creature, was visiting Scotland from his home in the forests of the Pacific Northwest region of North America, searching for four-leaf clovers and the Easter Bunny, when he spotted the 100 meter long monster (also known by locals as "Nessie").

Unfortunately, before Bigfoot could upload the photo of the monster to his Facebook account, a fire-breathing dragon descended from the sky and incinerated Bigfoot's digital camera.

Luckily for Bigfoot, Santa Claus was also vacationing at Loch Ness with one of his most trusted elves and the two rescued Bigfoot, flying to safety from the dragon in Santa's sleigh pulled by flying reindeer.

The incident was not without peril though, as Bigfoot reports to have had a tooth knocked out when he attempted to flee from the dragon.

Santa Claus reported that Bigfoot plans to put the knocked-out tooth under his pillow tonight in hopes that the Tooth Fairy will exchange the tooth for a Euro or two.

In a related note, the Tooth Fairy has reportedly been abducted by aliens.

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