UnNews:London Tube terrorist plot foiled by eagle-eyed patriots
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17 July 2006
LONDON (UNN) — Two hundred and fifty officers of the British Transport Police were called to Dagenham Tube Station today to deal with two terrorist subjects who had been spotted being other than bluish-white or sunburnt brick red in a public place. One had also been sighted in possession of facial hair.
"I've always been suspicious of people with a darker skin colour than me," said Brenda Busybody, 76 (IQ), "but now my life-long prejudice has stopped a major terrorist plot. After the explosions in Bombay, I knew that Dagenham was sure to be next. Is this going to be in the Daily Mail? I've always thought those people would wreck our house prices."
One of the men had been spotted reading a newspaper written in some Johnny Foreigner gibberish, and the other had been spotted with an inherently suspicious and possibly explosive device for recording photographic images.
"It's very difficult for terrorist organisations to get information about what lies outside train windows," said a spokesman for Transport for London, "and customers should always be on the lookout for people who might be described as 'foreign' or otherwise 'shifty' and acting suspiciously — for example, looking out of the window, behaviour, or perhaps exhibiting any sign of life whatsoever. We are doing our bit by ensuring that tube train windows are always filthy and that the trains are crowded and probably not running anyway."
"It is up to all of us to fight back against the terrorist threat," said top comedian Tony Blair. "Not that I advocate any form of racism towards any British citizen."
The bullet-riddled fragments of the corpses of the two terrorist suspects out to destroy the British way of life have been remanded in custody and are likely to be charged with a breach of the peace.
BBC Weather indicated that the summer atmospheric idiocy count was at a record high.
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