Britshit Airways, better known as BA (Big Arseholes) claim the "Chrissy" strike is illegal, handcuffed workers seen being Goosestepped into planes!

Written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 17 December 2009

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BA is back in business and WW2 "Blimps" will not be now used to free stranded Brit tourists!

BA, alias Britshit Airways, have won a legal battle and now the Christmas strike has been proclaimed illegal.

The BA, CEO, obviously hacked into a Jaggedone "Chrissy" gem Spoof and then realised how dramatic the situation had become with desperate Brits unable to flee the traditional UK, horrendous Christmas festivities.

He then, influenced by Jaggedone's "cry for mercy for his fellow Brits," took the striking, lazy, good for nothing, board personnel to court and won (had nothing to to with who swings more power here????)!

Now the result of this legal issue is; all BA personnel will be forced to work under the present pay and working conditions and those who refuse will have no Turkey just dry bread for their "Chrissy Dinner" (better than BA food anyway!).

Last reports from Heathrow were that BA board personnel were handcuffed, footcuffed, blindfolded and being marched by security officers, dressed as Taliban, into the planes!

In the interim Jaggedone has received 50.000.000 thankyou E Mails from relieved Brits now able to Exodus GB and escape the usual Christmas misery!

The Spoof.com can work wonders you only have to believe in them!

Happy Moose Hunting in Rekjavik (beware of Bjork!) from a very humble Jaggedone!

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

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