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30 December 2006


It was meant to be the best Panto ever, but ended in tragedy.

BAGHDAD, Tierack -- Tributes have been flooding in for former dictator of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, who was killed tragically today in a bizarre accident while in panto in Wigan, England.

Hussein, who had been in panto ever since he was exiled from Iraq, was playing the part of Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk when he was killed. Eyewitnesses say he was climbing the beanstalk at the time, but slipped and fell. On his way down he was caught in the branches, hanging him and killing him instantly.

In a report made just before his death, Saddam said he "Really enjoyed." working in pantomime and said that "entertainment is much more light hearted over here. In Baghdad, typical family entertainment is watching a criminal have their buttocks smashed."

Both dictators and actors have been giving tributes. Speaking via medium, former dictator of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, said that Saddam was "an excellent example to future generations. He will be sorely missed by all"

Also speaking via medium, former leaders of Soviet Russia Stalin and Lenin said "Saddam was an excellent multitalented fellow." Stalin went on to add "I was lucky enough not just to see, put also to act with Saddam on stage. The Alladin tour was immense. espically the Bognor Regis show". When asked to say something about Russian Reversal, we were told to "piss off."

Iranian President Mahmoud Armoureddinnerjacket, who also was in panto this year said "This never happened. It's all lies." then added "But don't worry, you can still see me in Snow White this week. Not to be missed!"

Fellow actors in the Panto, Keith Chegwin and The Chuckle Brothers, were too distraught to comment.

Saddam was today posthumously made an honorary member of the Film Actor's Guild, Panto Actor's Guild and The Tufty Club.

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