Bill Oddie and Paparazzi to Blame for Aircrash at Heathrow

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Tuesday, 22 January 2008

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Is it Bill Oddie or Gordon Brown in the frame?

Civil Aviation Aircraft Crash Investigators have been closely examining the wreckage of the Boeing 777 airliner which crashed last week narrowly missing 6 lanes of traffic and yet with no fatalities. British airways were quick to preserve the integrity and professionalism of the crew and presented them on National Television.

Many rumours are already awash on the internet, radio and television; ranging from Bird Strikes, Al'Qaeda Plots, and fuel problems were just some.

It has now become apparent that wildlife presenter Bill Oddie was 'twitching' in the middle of a field, some 2 miles away from Heathrow. At the same time a large number of paparazzi were present on the visitor's balcony taking photographs of Gordon Brown on his jumbo jet heading off to Beijing.

However, due to freak weather conditions (choose any day in 2008) a hole appeared in the sky that allowed the sun to shine brightly. Oddie's binoculars reflected the flashes from Paparazzi cameras, which in turn, were magnified by the sunlight. The simple conclusion one could draw is that it was purely an accident. The pilot, Captain 'Biggles' Burkhill was wearing sunglasses, but not flying the aircraft and the co-pilot, Louis Bleriot, 25, was in control of the 777, but NOT wearing any shades. He was therefore blinded albeit temporarily!

Even though Bill Oddie has an Aunt who lives in Kabul, it is thought that this incident has absolutely no connection with Al-Qaeda.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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