“If he had released them it would constitute a crime against humanity,” said United Nations spokesperson, Ido Nuttin (67).
A Brisbane man is up on terror related charges which could see him end up in the slammer for 25 years. It is alleged he has a relative who works for the ISIS video unit – who still use Windows 7 Movie Maker – and that he tried to send him some footage. What few know, however, is that it also alleged he had nude photos of Tony Abbott and was going to release them on an unsuspecting Australian public.
Speaking about the profound impact these pictures would have had of Australians eyesight and appetites, the United Nations were quick to condemn his actions.
“If he had released them it would constitute a crime against humanity,” said United Nations spokesperson, Ido Nuttin (67). “There is a strong possibility some Australians would never have gotten over the horror, which would have made it one of the most successful terror attacks in history.”
Fortunately for our great nation, authorities acted in time and were able to prevent this attack – oh, and stop the video footage thingy which we’re sure was nowhere near as important.
His trial begins tomorrow. May God have mercy on his soul.