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Wednesday, 29 September 2010

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EU officials have criticised Sarkozy's policy of immigration following reports that Amazon customers were receiving "funny looking people" instead of their prized possessions.

Having failed with his iconic show "Napoleon's Castle"; compacted by several of the "Sarkozy Balloons" drifting towards the Bermuda Triangle, Sarkozy launched another method to control immigration: packaging them up and selling them via Amazon.

One unlucky customer, who shall be named "Jimmy82" described how he been expecting the brand new hit album by the Script. However, he was surprised when the carriers delivered a package containing a lost looking traveller.

"So I opens the box and out pops this funny looking guy in a rag. He stood up, nodded at me, stole my bottle of coke and walked out of my house. On his rag was a label saying "He's your problem now F*cker, love Nick"

"I thought it was a stitch up. I figured it was from the President guy with the really hot wife, so I wrote in to complain. My letter was left in a rubbish bin, which is when I got in touch with you,"

The art of packaging up refugees and replacing them with Amaazon products is illegal of course, and something Sarkozy has been blamed for. Whilst the EU have said "Enough is enough", Sarkozy blatantly denied these allegations.

He then ran off to the car, in which we heard the tune "For the First Time" belting out of his CD Player.

Justice? We shall see.

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