Clegg: Call of Duty inspired Riots

Funny story written by masterchev

Thursday, 11 November 2010

British Deputy PM Nick Clegg accused the insanely popular Call of Duty video games for yesterday's shocking riots at Westminster: and nothing else.

Clegg, who was left on his own in a very "Home Alone" esque manner whilst Big Dave went to China, was in the middle of completing level 703 of the game when the riots began.

"It is thought that as a result of the denial of access to the Call of Duty franchise, students had had quite enough and decided to strike.

I know all the banners said "Strike against tuition fees" but that's irrelevant. The fact is, they can't all be playing as Soap McTavish can they?"

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