On a routine investigation of Saddam's hole corporal Nathan Boon made a most unexpected discovery. Having made the search on numerous occasions you can imagine Boon's surprise when he walked in to find none other than Elvis Aaron Presley playing to a packed out audience.
Boon recalls the account, "It was 23.12 and we were conducting our usual sweep of the area when we heard a strange sound emanating from Saddam's hole. That particular area had been restricted to authorized personnel so we immediately responded. As we approached his hole we heard alot of moaning and humming, with some quivering, which we found unusual as the hole was supposedly unoccupied. On entering the hole we were a little taken back by what we saw, sure enough it was the King, shakin and a moanin like the good old days. Now I like Elvis but I'm more of a beatles fan so I excused myself and continued on my sweep of the area. I radioed in to my platoon leader that the situation was under control and the treat from the King was minimal. Sure enough on my next sweep Elvis and his party had left the building."
When asked if he thought that the situation was unusual the corporal replied "Yes"