Sunday, 29 September 2013

Cameron uses MI5 agents to exact revenge on Manu Tuilagi

David Cameron turned to the MI5 to seek revenge on Manu Tuilagi, video evidence suggests.

After being publicly humiliated by the Leicester, England and Lions center, Cameron has been on a mission to make sure that Tuilagi gets his just deserts.

Sleepless nights, missing parliament and a short temper had been all too common since the traumatic incident.

The incident occurred at 10 Downing Street, where Cameron usually feels safest. As the Prime Minister stood outside the famous No.10 door alongside the victorious British & Irish Lions after their success in Australia, it happened. It was almost over before it even begun, it lasted a mere couple of seconds, but the damage was done.

Manu Tuilagi raised his index and middle finger behind the head of the Prime Minister and made the dreaded bunny ears gesture.
'Just a bit of banta'
The Prime Minister, general public and tabloids were outraged. Cameron had one thing on his mind. Revenge. Bloody revenge.

Cameron reportedly came up with a number of crack pot plans including an exploding rugby ball before turning to the MI5. It is reported that Cameron gave the MI5 £1bn of tax payers money to send their best secret agent to seek revenge. The agent is believed to be Jack Quinton, who was pulled out of Iraq to carry out the mission of sweet, sweet revenge.


Money well spent. I think you'll agree.