Police in Bradford today release details of a foiled 9/11 style terror plot involving two radicalised Muslims both aged 8. The discovered plans show how the unnamed pair intended use modified paper aeroplanes to take down the two towers of a bouncy castle at a birthday party they were not invited too. The two suspects were found out side the victims house by police shortly after 2pm with the paper already folded. One eye witness said “they were clearly very angry and very focused” I could here them screaming at the arresting officer “put me down you chuddy head, I want cake!”.
A detective at the press conference explained that upon a thorough search of the naughty terror suspects bedrooms that plans and paper plane making equipment had been found. He went on to described the plans as “remarkably detailed and fiendishly colourful” adding “if the contents weren't so disturbing they would easily be the finest example of finger painting this department had ever seen”.
Experts however questioned the validity of the plot stating that the young terrorists only had access to cheep knock off prit-stick which was unlikely to hold the nose cone mounted darts in place long enough for a successful flight. He went on to say “If the two had come from a wealthier back ground or the school had super glue that bouncy castle would as good as flat”.