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Friday, 3 December 2010

English fans eat your heart out.

A slice of justice today as the Russian Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin, was served a slice of revenge as he left Moscow to Zurich to celebrate the country's victory.

The irony?

He had to fly Easyjet.

Due to appalling weather conditions, Easyjet were the only firm stupid enough to wish to fly him through clouds of snow to Zurich: where the runway is frozen.

Upon seeing him checking in, Easyjet Clerk Johnny Jones immediately asked Putin to take his trousers off in case there was another FIFA member hiding up his arse.

When that was cleared, Putin then had to be x-rayed several times, just for the sake of it.

To cap off a bad day, Putin was then shunted onto seat 8C: squashed into his middle seat by 85 year old pensioner Dilys Morgan, and 6 year old ADHD sufferer Josh.

Dilys, who at an incredible 25 stone is officially the Isle of Anglesey's fattest lady, managed to disgust the PM by repeatedly ordering Pringles. Josh then questioned the PM for instructions on how to complete Pokemon Rainbow.

The flight was interuppted halfway through, when Putin stood up and asked can he switch seats to first class. When put to the rest of the cabin however, Putin only received two votes: both off himself.

The nightmare flight was grounded in Zagreb.

Putin was unavailable to comment, but is currently making his way to Zurich via St. Bernard. Meanwhile, English footy fans can rejoice that the Russian PM suffered immensely.

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