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Tuesday, 21 October 2008

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Speccy Bloke: We killed him in the name of science...and amusement!

It was revealed today that bored scientists were responsible for the death of of far right politician Jorg Haider.

Frustrated that their big magnet experiment beneath the French-Swiss border had been halted prematurely earlier this year, they decided to test their theory as to whether ramming an extremist Austrian politician into another car at very high speed would reveal anything about the origins of the universe...or at least relieve their boredom.

'We called it the Haider-Collider' said our inside source. 'It didn't reveal much about the universe or molecular structures and all that - but it sure did make one hell of a Big Bang'.

Scientific observers have confirmed that this experiment was unlikey to have yielded any meaningful results from the start and they have confirmed that Haiders wife will now more than likely lose her insurance no claims bonus.

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