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Uncle Sam's allies cry foul
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Monday, February 8, 2016, 23:54:UTC)(
26 October 2013
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Angry European Union leaders stood in a line to empty 27 buckets of crap on the head of British Prime Minister David Cameron when it was revealed he had been hacking their phones on behalf of US President Barack Obama.
In scenes not seen at the meeting of top-level politicians, Cameron was searching for wire taps by French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He was then forced to stand in his underpants as the other European leaders composed an angry message to be sent to Obama.
'It was like bedlam,' said an impartial observer. 'Cameron was held down and waterboarded by the other leaders. Even former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi didn't get that treatment when he was there with his bunga-bunga stories.'
A shaken Cameron was eventually allowed to put his clothes back on and he agreed to sign the letter to Obama. He said it had been a 'robust experience' and that he would stay at home from now on.
In the USA, Obama said the European leaders were 'class A hypocrites' and reminded them that it was Uncle Sam that saved their asses from the Russians. He said he would also send his friend 'Dave' a new suit in compensation for his standing up for American interests.