London, England. Rolls Royce, the manufacturer of the Qantas Airways A380 jet engine that exploded recently departing from Singapore, have stated explicitly that their engines are faultless and unbreakable.
A spokesman for the company even went further by saying "...not even God can destroy our engines."
Apparently, senior staff and boardroom executives were bewildered and incredulous when the news emerged about the dangerous situation that developed with QF32 as it took off en route to Australia.
"Look, we put our first engines in the Spitfires and Hurricanes in World War II, so we don't make mistakes, baby" one Rolls Royce executive declared. "Look at our motor vehicles. Perfection personified" he added.
However, as I was leaving the premises I saw an employee drive his truck into the front office of the company, damaging all and sundry, followed by a gas explosion that occurred elsewhere in the factory.
"That's nothing" explained the CEO of Rolls Royce "just a little mishap." Fella's, you've got some explainin' to do.