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Tuesday, 9 January 2007

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Saddam, just how hip is this latest twist?

Tikrit - (Ass Mess): Grave robbers vandalised Saddam Hussain's tomb and stole his body for medical research shortly after his internment according to a breaking news Al's Jazz Era TV bulletin. And in a hideous twist undercover reporters at the Mayo Clinic posing as medical disorderlies have claimed that Saddam's hip bone ended up inside George Bush Senior following his corrective osteoporosis surgery to replace a crumbling huckle.

The ageing Bonesman had always been rumored to have had his eye on the ultimate Saddam status symbol trophy after years of painful stumbling around and complaining that osteo-arthritis was grinding him down in the prime of his life.

Some sources say he was previously offered and rejected samples of bone tissue stolen from the body of veteran journo and broadcaster Alistair Cooke whose remains were vandalised and flogged on e-Bay after the Osteoporosis Division of the Ancient American Order of the Skull 'N' Bones declared him a sacred relic.

There are no indications about the fate of Saddam's other body parts but human cloning clinics in North Korea have been reported to be under intense surveillance by recently launched NASA satellite probes ostensibly looking for signs of alien life in the cosmos.

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