An XL Cloak warplane, dubbed the "Wonder Woman" jet because a revolutionary cloaking device makes it totally invisible, has been mislaid by the defense contractor Shootering Industries, Inc. A big reward is being offered to anyone who finds the aircraft.
The multi-billion dollar prototype plane has been plagued by technical problems. Its cloaking device keeps activating without warning. This happened last week at an air show in the UK, and the contractor could not find the plane.
"We parked it in a secret location near the air show, now we can't find the damn thing because no one can see it," said an engineer employed by Shootering who refused to give his name.
Ground crews don't like the multi-billion dollar aircraft because it has caused many head injuries. When the masking device spontaneously activates, crews can't see the jet and keep bumping into it.
Any person who stumbles on the aircraft, makes a note of its location and notifies Shootering, will be eligible for the $1 million reward.