Navy Lose Felixstowe Bomb

#3
Ha Ha muppets! A few red faces in the Felixsowe area I would say....
 
#4
Seems to be a marked reluctance in coming out with the facts like "yeah, we lost it, so what"

"we have a gps location, we're currently carrying out a search"....SO YOU FCUKING LOST IT THEN :roll:

I take it Seaman Batchelor, Faye Fcukwit & co weren't actually captured by the Iranians........we knew their gps location (from the ipod signal) and were conductiing negotiations etc etc Har har.
 
#7
Its not lost its in the North Sea :fish: The Navy never get lost, they have all the latest equipment and its all tried and tested in Iraq :jocolor: oops maybe not the best example to use! Still its taken 60 years to find the bomb sure it will turn up soon :relax:
 
#12
Solution:
Say "Found it!", tell everyone, set off large bag of explosives and sit back and relax. Then when the actual lost bomb goes off taking a fishing boat or something with it, look surprised, say "Must have been another one. What are the chances of that?" :roll:
 

oldbaldy

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#13
#14
Gubmint_Agent said:
Solution:
Say "Found it!", tell everyone, set off large bag of explosives and sit back and relax. Then when the actual lost bomb goes off taking a fishing boat or something with it, look surprised, say "Must have been another one. What are the chances of that?" :roll:
well its back in the sea so who really cares .
 

oldbaldy

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#15
The Navy have wheeled out someone who looks a bit like a woman:
Felixstowe TV
 

Trans-sane

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
There must still be hundreds of WW2 bombs and mines on the bottom of the ogin. I say go with Gubmint's suggestion. Odds are no one will ever know.
 

Biped

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#17
Look, we know exactly where it is, just not in relation to anywhere else.

"Iiiit's iiin the saaaaaannnnd! mmm, I'm not helping very much am I boss?"
 

oldbaldy

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#18
Just watch the local news on BBC.
The man in charge Warrant officer Robin Rickard was being interviewed wearing the biggest beret in the world. It's a good job he has ears!

Best make sure nothing from Wattisham is in the area, it might land on him.

On a better note for him, I see he got this last month:

Queen's Commendation for Bravery (QCB)

Chief Petty Officer (Diver) Robin Henry Thomas RICKARD Royal Navy

A gong & promotion
 
#19
Reporter: "Can you tell us how big the search area is"?

Bird occifer:

*oh shit, cant tell him its a square km*

"I havent got that information to hand..."

:D
 

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