Saturday, April 18, 2015

That's Some Real Good Security Work, Boys!

This week in Washington D.C., the Secret Service was stunned when a private citizen somehow managed to land a gyrocopter on the front lawn of the Capitol.

The homemade gyrocopter, which was little more than a lawn chair with a propeller attached, was flown by 61 year old male who identified himself only as "The Gyro Captain."

When questioned by authorities as to why he landed his craft on the Capitol lawn, The Gyro Captain stated he was protesting the May 15th release of the new film Mad Max: Fury Road

"I want to draw the world's attention to a grave injustice! This new Mad Max movie is a bloody remake, innit?" said The Gyro Captain. "I mean really, why'd they have to go and start all over with a brand new cast, eh? They bloody well could have made a sequel, right? Max Max 4? Mel Gibson is still alive and kickin,' and I'm certainly available! But they didn't even ask me, the wankers!"

When asked why he chose to protest on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol when he's a native of New Zealand, The Gyro Captain had no coherent answer.

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