Vietnam searches for Glitter
Thursday, November 17, 2005
(SNN Ho Chi Min) Today, authorities in Vietnam said they are searching for pop star Gary Glitter, after he fled from Cambodia on charges that he had a sexual relationship with a teenager.
Despite being permanently expelled from Cambodia in 2002, Glitter reportedly had been living in a home in southern Vung Tau city for 7 months with a fifteen year old girl. Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Dung, whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, said officials had confirmed the story. “I believe that very strict legal measures will apply to him,” Dung said.
Unconfirmed reports tell us that Glitter may not be fleeing authorities due to sexual indiscretions. It has been long known that Glitter has made it his life’s work to find the Na Na Na Hey Chaka Chaka, and ancient Buddhist relic lost sometime during the second century AD. The last known location of the Na Na Na Hey Chaka Chaka was somewhere in the provinces along the border of modern day Cambodia and Vietnam.
It is not known why Glitter wants the relic. But, if Glitter is able to obtain the Na Na Na Hey Chaka Chaka, he could use it to easily overthrow world governments, destroy entire continents, have sex with as many fifteen year olds as he wants, or even make it back into the top forty.
Last week, Lt. Col. Pol Pithey, chief of the Phnom Penh police's immigration department, said Glitter's lawyer had told him that the former pop star was going to neighboring Vietnam for some time. Vietnam says it will deport Gary Glitter if he is found in the country.
Gary will never find the Na Na Na Hey Chaka Chaka. It is in my closet under my dirty laundry.
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That is a complete lie. I have been safely harboring the Na Na Na Hey Chaka secreted in my very cavarnous anal cavity. So you can search and search but never find it. It is very deep down there.