A TV Producer has come under worldwide scrutiny after admitting today that the missing Malaysian Airliner was part of a viral marketing campaign for a new season of Lost.
"We had no idea it would go this far," an inside source said.
"At first it was great, and then a whole bunch of people started getting worried. Then the military and stuff got involved. We didn't know what to do, so we didn't say anything. I kinda feel like we messed up, but then again, you won't believe what's going to happen this season. Talk about a surprise comeback!"
No response has come from the United States, Malaysia, or the many other countries helping the investigation. A source close to the investigation suggest that they are, "slightly agitated."