The online world has been shattered today when a man from Leeds made the foolish mistake of searching for Google in Google. Richard Hogarth, from Leeds, made the ultimately costly decision to search for the popular internet search engine in the popular internet search engine.
"I don't really know why I did it, to be honest," said Mr Hogarth at his home today, " I got slightly bored- it was just before lunch, and I'd been playing on internet games, occasionally flicking back and forth to Nuts.com, but after a while, things got a bit samey. I thought I'd try something a little bit risky. I just didn't realise it would be such a grave mistake."
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founding father's of Google, spoke today about their disappointment in Mr Hogarth's actions. " I couldn't quite believe it at first," said Sergey Brin, "this search engine that we had created could be so easily destroyed by someone so... normal. It wouldn't really surprise me if a expert computer hacker would have the ability to annihilate an entire internet system, but come on! The guy has one a-level, and that's in art!" Mr Brin then went off to have a large paddy in a dark room.
The sudden snap in internet proceedings has forced many other internet giants, such as microsoft and internet explorer to come together to try and fix the problem. Bill Gates has decided to invest a vast $1,000,000,000 of his own money to try and resolve the problem, saying dismissively "it was just pocket money, and I probably would have spent it on sweets."
Mr Hogarth got off on a lucky break, as police, government officials and military groups attempted to arrest him under grounds of "terrorist action" and "cyber terrorism." He was however, saved from life imprisonment by new comer search engine Bing, who wanted his help in "getting rid of a bit of competition."