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Monday, 7 June 2004

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The not-so-funny HAHA virus

World Health Organisation officials have today put the world on full Red Alert as a new strain of virus sweeps the globe.

WHO spokesman stated today that: 'Roger Daltrey nor any other surviving members of the WHO have no idea what the hell your talking about!'.

Undeterred, we tracked down the real WHO spokesperson, Felix the Cat, who today expressed sadness as the death toll rose to 2,after the virus, named HAHA by officialdom, hit all corners of the globe around 7:10pm last night (GMT).

The virus, for which there is no known cure, takes a mere 12 years to peak, from infection to eventual death. Sufferers are said to 'come over all funny', before collapsing in a heap of infectious giggles.

CDC spokesthingy, Lou Paper, says: "At present we have no cure for HAHA, to ensure everyone's safety I must warn the public not to smile, laugh, tell jokes, watch sitcoms or engage in any behaviour which might raise a laugh., until the disease has been brought under control."

This reporter understands that as a result of these reports many comedians and/or satirists have been rounded up and await slaughter at several unknown locations worldwide.

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