Following accusations by Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi that 'he started it', Osama Bin Laden has begun an international blamestorm by stating that was indeed the fault of Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and that he saw her doing it while he was having a sneaky cigarette.
Upon these accusations, Aung San Suu Kyi responded by putting Ban Ki Moon in the frame, who in turn snitched on both Kim Yong-Il and the entire Kim family. Kim firmly assured Gaddafi that it can't have been him because he was visiting his Auntie in Pyonyang that day and besides it must have been that Abu Hamza guy.
On being interviewed, Hamza could only state, "Well, I'm stumped. Clearly there's a lot of finger pointing going on and I really don't want to join in with that. In fact," he continued, "I wash my hands of the matter."
Inside sources in the Gaddafi camp later revealed that they now suspected dissident camel involvement. A senior member of the Colonel's mercenary militia revealed, "Muammar is now positive that someone has clearly got the hump with him."