South African Authorities At Johannesburg's Tarzan and Jane National Airport Confiscate Two Million Counterfeit Vuvuzelas

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 24 June 2010

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A South African Jungle Vine Airlines jet taking off from The Tarzan and Jane National Airport in Johannesburg.

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - South African authorities at The Tarzan and Jane National Airport in Johannesburg confiscated two million counterfeit vuvuzelas that they report were heading for Great Britain.

The vuvuzelas were painted in the colors of the British flag, red and white, and each one had the St. George Cross hand painted on the bell of the trumpet.

The Director of Airport Confiscations Winslow P. McToothclick stated that the vuvuzelas were found stuffed in boxes that were marked Do Not Open Under Penalty of Being Fined By The United Nations.

McToothclick said that the airport's three sniff dogs Fido, Rover, and Betty went crazy because the smell of a vuvuzela is very similar to the smell of Kibbles 'N Bits Dog Food.

The two million vuvuzelas were handed over to The South African Agency For The Destroying of Counterfeit Confiscations.

Reports are that the vuvuzelas will be taken out of the city limits and burned in a huge pit that is used to burn other counterfeit items such as counterfeit spears, counterfeit jungle vines, counterfeit pygmy condoms, and counterfeit Tarzan and Jane outfits.

In other news. Reports are that the photo of the BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill's oil pipe has now been viewed on the Internet more times than Miley Cyrus' muffin photo.

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