Tokyo - According to local police, a thirsty toddler's parents were shrunken by thirteen neutron beams emanating from the crippled, yet increasingly active reactor number three of Fukushima.
According to officer Fukukufukud of Tokyo, astonished neighbors saw thirteen glowing neutron beams hit the Sinorasuka house-hold, where little Titofukup Sinorasuka lives.
The neutron beam shrunk his parents. Little Titofukup then placed his shrunken parents on a table. A weird glow fills the room where the table holds the shrunken remains of his parents.
Thanks to generous donations that have poured in from the U.S.A., little Titofukup has plenty of aspartame laced diet soda to drink now.