Queen Caught in Gardening Plot

Funny story written by FromTheBunker

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

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Queen Duped?

London (FTB newswire) The underground website Hack in the Box confessed this week that one of it's members had infiltrated the U.S. Governments most secure network. A hacker known as "k0mrade" claims he broke into the ultra top secret National Security Agency.

K0mrade spent 15 minutes inside the NSA. He say's it was easy to use, "It works pretty much like Google. I put in Michelle Obama because I think she's k0ol. That's when I got the unexpected."

His blog post revealed that during the Obama's recent trip to London, Michelle was secretly involved in an NSA black op's mission. The clandestine plot known only as "Queen Mudder," involved Michelle gaining access to the gardens of Buckingham Palace. This required The First Lady to gain the trust of the Queen of the UK. Feigning an interest in rutabagas she harvested the Queen Mother's knowledge of vegetable gardening.

Stunningly it appears the rouse worked. Today on an American television network, Morning Show anchors talked extensively about the cozy relationship between Michelle and the Queen. They reported that the two spent extensive time touring the Royal Gardens, even exchanging tips. It seems the Queen's security detail was caught unaware.

Recent scandals have plagued the United Kingdom. So far, the Royal Family has remained untouched. When details of this intrusion into English garden sovereignty unfold it is unclear how the UK's gardeners will react.

As of this date the British Intelligence Agency M16 is not aware of the scheme. They have recently added Michelle Obama as a friend to their Face Book page.

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

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