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Saturday, 1 February 2014

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When General Studebaker was discovered his first words were "Anyone got any sauerkraut?"

SAN FRANCISCO - A reporter with American Spotlight Magazine has just learned that a World War II Nazi officer has been found living in a cave on a remote South Pacific Island.

The Nazi officer identified as General Hans Studebaker fled Germany after Germany surrendered in World War II.

General Studebaker who revealed that he is 99-years-old didn't look bad for a man who has existed for the last 69 years on tree bark, tree leaves, tree sap, and an occasional scorpion for fiber.

The Nazi General was found by a group of Baptist church members who went to the island looking for platinum deposits.

General Studebaker was taken to a McDonald's in San Francisco and given a Big Mac, fries, and a vanilla milk shake.

As he sat at the booth he meticulously picked off every one of the sesame seeds from the top bun.

SIDENOTE: Plans are underway to fly General Studebaker back to his home in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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