NEW YORK - Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, has been fired from his day job at the United Nations Information and Technology Department.
Julian Assange's WikiLeaks had released several sensitive documents about the Iraq wars, and of special transcripts of diplomatic conversations.
He also accidentally sent an email containing some party pictures of him and his mates at the FourCourt nightclub, in Lower Manhattan, to everyone at the UN.
"Some stuff he did," said Ban-Ki Moon, Secretary-General. "Posting that video about the pilots killing Reuters journalists, the amount of people dead. He thinks he's such a freedom fighter. Well, he did send me a cool wallpaper."
The United Nations will have to make do without 'the guy who knows how to work out how to fix the internets'.