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Topics: War, Iran, Army

Monday, 26 March 2007

image for Iran: Finders Keepers Rule Over Sailors
Iranian babes enjoy sizzling climate

Fifteen Royal Navy personnel captured on Friday, who were reportedly in Iranian waters are to be 'claimed' as property by the rogue country. The 'finders keepers' rule, often used in playground disputes has been drafted in to quash any backlash there may be with Britain.

Families of the men are said to be angry that they can't have their loved ones back and that the British Government aren't doing enough to secure their safety. A deal with Iran thought to be containing 300KG of Swizzles Lollipops & 1500 bottles of Panda Pop has been declined.

UK ambassador to Iran, Sand Baaaag said today in a press statement; "This is a difficult time for all involved. Our servicemen are the best in the world and will make excellent porters, road sweepers & odd-jobs in Iran".

Tony Blair is said to be livid that the 'finders keepers' rule is legitimate legal law in 'foreign lands' and was hoping that a swift and deadly land campaign in Iran would bring the country to their knees.

Iran, famed for it's sunny climate, excellent nightlife & sandy beaches is the third favourite holiday destination for people in the UK as voted for by Mentally Insane Monthy Magazine.

Iran was narrowly beaten by Benidorm & Dudley.

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