ZHANGYIGANG VILLAGE, CHINA - Citizens of this small costal Chinese village are furious over what they say are the voyeuristic habits of American service personal on United States naval ships sailing just off their shore. There have even been claims that sailors were caught in the act of spying on Chinese doing their most personal business in their bedrooms and baths, using high powered binoculars and night vision goggles.
In response the Chinese navy, which consists of lithographed tin boats with "realistic looking guns" that make popping noises, have harassed the US ships in an effort to chase them off. "We have ample proof that they are doing these things. The pictures regularly appear on their Facebook pages.", claimed Chinese Admiral Wing Nut.
Captain Merrill "What's all the hub-bub, Bub?" Stubing, commander of the USNS Indicted, which has been cruising the same waters denied any inappropriate behavior by his crew saying they were acting like normal sailors. "If that's a crime, then sue me!".