The Prime Minister, Mr. David Cameron and his Wife Samantha are to be taken to court by his travel insurers after submitting a fraudulent claim for lost luggage after flying on Air-Force one.
"Everyone does it" claimed the Right Honourable Mr. Cameron. "You need a bit of extra dosh after splashing out on a big trip like this."
The claim is believed to have included separate entries for more valuable items including a "digital camera", "designer hair drier", a "Kindle" and some valuable jewellery.
In a statement issued by the insurers it was explained that insurance premiums for everyone were being inflated to cover fraudulent submissions made by dishonest travellers who claim to have lost their luggage. This is a situation which has to be dealt with, no matter who the claimant is. In this instance we were being asked to cover the cost of a digital camera, 2 iPhones, an iPad and no less than 15 pairs of Jimmy Choo shoes.
"It wouldn't have been so bad, but you could see him give the digital camera as a gift to Mrs. Obama on the telly" Said a spokesman.
Nick Clegg, an associate of Mr. Cameron's said he was a "very naughty boy" and was "very sorry".
Well that's OK then.
The case will be dismissed later.