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Saturday, 25 September 2010

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In a last ditch effort the Indian Ministry of Works has chartered a jet from Warsaw with 183 Polish plumbers to work on the ill fated athletes village of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

Air India flight 2132 will take off from Warsaw in 3 days time at 13.00 hours.

Apparently,there was an error in translation when the Australian delegation said their athletes would be satisfied as long as there was somewhere to have a 'leak' when the athletes got nervous prior to their sporting events.

This led Indian workmen to create leaks in all the bathrooms of the international athletes flooding the accommodation.

The athletes village was also dogged by Heidi, an 'in heat' German shepard whose paw prints appeared on bedroom sheets across the athletes village. Heidi's owner,Varun has promised to keep his dog in for the duration of the games.

"It's now clear what Heidi got up to in the village as Heidi is due pups in 12 weeks, I don't know where I will find the money to support six pubs,these games are a disaster for me" - Varun

Meanwhile,the Indian Minister of works has promised no more communication problems and has instructed his civil servants to find 80 Polish-Hindi translators. Minister Guru Girijar has stated

'To date we have found no translators with these skills but are confident we can find the translators in time, we have even chartered a translator flight from Russia for next week' - Minister Guru Girijar

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