Shock Radar Track Horror
A Russian fighter aircraft has caused a major alert over the skies of Europe as tension mounts in the so-called radar wars.
In a statement, President Putin said that the plane was flying in international airspace looking for Turkey but got lost over the Bay of Biscay.
NATO has replied with it’s own version in which their track definitely shows the pilot making defensive manoeuvres all over Europe.
To counter this, Belgian officials say the plane stayed within international airspace which is now defined as being three and a half leagues inside geographical borders and never once touched Belgian airspace.
To date, it has been confirmed that newspaper sales have not suffered and that no news presenters have lost their jobs.
Prime Minister Cameron has pledged to ask the Daily Mail and Sun exactly what he should say next.
Beryl, of Saffron Walden (42) said,
I was checking the gutters for drips and saw a strange plane in the sky which looked at me in a funny way. I was glad to get back inside. You can’t be too careful in this day and age what with them radar tracks and all.