It has been revealed that Al-Qaeda, the loosely knit terrorist organisation, have lodged a complaint with the British Trading Standards Insitute regarding the pirating and distribution of their execution DVDs without prior consent or permission.
Original recordings, allegedly copied and distributed on the 'not white' market have found there way into the hands of British troops, via Chinese intermediaries, with some discs being sold for £200 each with a free ''cheeky cheeky'' DVD thrown in. There are reports some discs have been sent to loved ones back home.
Muqtada Apple-Cider, a spokesman for Al-Qaeda claims that this type of piracy is killing the industry and profits are not being fairly distributed to film makers, executioners and executionees alike.
A spokesman for the Trading Standards Institute stated that DVD piracy was a very serious crime and a full investigation would be under way.
We tried to contact various people who had been executed but their agents said they were unavailable for comment.