A furious Osama Bin Laden joined commuters yesterday in condemning a wild cat strike by members of the RMT.
'We had spent months, if not years, planning for the big day, and then these bully boys had to go and ruin everything,' said Bin Laden, who was still stranded at Surbiton Station when he should have been on a boat smuggling him out of Portsmouth Harbour.
Some of his martyrs fared even worse. A would be suicide bomber who was travelling in from Easy Croydon ended up in Luton, when he mistakenly boarded a Thameslink Train, thinking it was the express to Victoria. Another found himself on a replacement bus service at Theydon Boise, slowly picking its way through the suburbs of Essex, when he should have been at Liverpool Street if all had gone to plan. But the unluckiest martyr was caught without a proper ticket at Ealing Broadway, after finding no-one who could advise him on ticket prices, and deciding to chance it at the ticket barriers.
'It really hacks me off. These blokes just don't seem to care,' said Bin Laden. 'I'd write and complain, but I don't see what difference that would make. This once great country is going to the jackals.'
Orchestrated Al Qaeda railway bomb plot foiled by RMT strike
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