Thursday, 10 December 2009

Al-CIAda Blows Off Student's Jaw

The wonders that the mysterious Al-CIAda is able to perform, never ceases to amaze us. OBL is now suspected of sending his shalwar-qameez clad turbaned agents to Russian with great love.

What the authorities found in the northern Ukrainian city of Konotop was a 25-year man’s disfigured remains at his parent's home. The young man, who studied at Kiev Polytechnic Institute, was working at a computer late on Saturday when the alleged explosion happened.

"A loud pop was heard from the student's room," the Ukranews website said, citing an aide to the city's police chief. "When his relatives entered the room, they saw that the lower part of the young man's face had been blown off."

A forensic examination revealed that the chewing gum he chewed on was covered with an unidentified chemical substance, thought to be some type of explosive material. One could speculate that the material was the infamous plastic explosive called C4 being used so abundantly in Pakistan.

The student apparently had a bizarre habit of chewing gum after dipping it into citric acid, Russian news agency Ria Novosti said. Again, how the shalwar-qameez clad agents were able to brainwash the man into using the explosive material is not our concern; Al-CIAda is doing everything, including warming our globe.

Officers found both citric acid packets and a similar-looking unidentified substance, believed to be some kind of explosive material, on a table near the body. Investigators suspect that the student simply confused the packets and put gum covered with explosive material into his mouth. Forensic experts were to travel from Kiev to investigate the substance, as local authorities feared it might explode if transported.

Now, that kind of confusion confuses us all, does it not? I personally think OBL is somewhere in east Europe, possibly heading for its western part for Christmas.

A Merry Christmas to all.

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