Muammar Gaddafi, the infamous Libyan leader, has been spotted in the West Indies watching the recent India cricket tour. The Colonel, who has been in the press every single day for the last 6 months for all the wrong reasons, has been found by the West Indian Police enjoying a soft beverage whilst viewing the first day of the new test series in Kingston, Jamaica.
Our reporters, first to meet the Colonel, went to interview him. When they asked if he could have a quick word he replied "I'm on a tight schedule. Can we do this some other time? Preferably when the opposition have been bowled out." Our reporters sat with Gaddafi to witness the Indian batting attack get ripped to shreds before taking Gaddafi for lunch.
After some delightful fish and chips and a fresh Guava Rubicon, the interview got underway. We first asked him why he was at a cricket match in the West Indies. He replied, "I have always had a love for cricket, ever since I was a young boy all those thousands of years ago! I particularly like the Indian team, even though they have brought all their second team players to this tour. I watched every game that India played when in the World Cup, like the England group game, boy wasn't that a cracker!"
Our interviewers then got down to the real reason they were there, politics. We asked him why he was enforcing all these absurd and downright disgusting laws. To our utter bewilderment he said " Hang on a cotton picking minute. I ain't done all this. I didn't even know NATO were after me. I've been on a world tour. First China then Tibet then INDIA! Then England where I met Michael McIntyre, a jolly good fellow he is, funny man el oh el. I didn't know I was the Worlds Most Wanted Politician! And you better fill me in on all this bin Laden stuff in a minute aswell."
We asked him about the tapes he had sent and the speeches he had made. To this he replied, " Oh it must have been Kaddafi, my twin sister. I always hated her, the $%^#@*& )($^%&".
So will we see Gaddafi in another cricket match?
Will he keep up on his current affairs?
Will his twin sister step down?
We shall wait and see...