Is it “godly intervention” to blame or R++n++r? Answers please to Michael O Leprechaun
Cheap and nasty airline, R++n++r, have been ordered to pay compensation to their passengers that were grounded during the Icelandic eruption of the volcano, Eyjafjallajokull, not Bjork.
Airline boss, Michael O’Leprechaun (name changed for illegal reasons), better known as “God”, told the press, “you cannot make airlines responsible for these acts of God!” This comment melted the final piece of icing on the volcano and convinced the European Court of justice that R++n++r should pay the compensation because Michael stupidly admitted it was “Godly intervention!”
After realising his blunder, a red-faced Michael then decided to blame Iceland for the eruption because he’s God and knows all about these things. Iceland are refusing to accept any responsibility because their banks are too busy recovering from the global, financial crisis that they caused along with the US banks who refuse to have anything to do with Godly interventions also.
If Mr. O’Leprechaun loses this appeal he will attempt to blame his stressed-out customers who put up with no leg-room, over-charging for suitcases and other pieces of luggage. Over-priced drinks, scratch cards and lousy plastic food because he believes that if they put up with those conditions, they’ll put up with anything, including volcanic outbursts.
And if he loses that appeal, he’ll make sure he get’s his money back by charging his passengers extra money to go to the loo. After all he is God and that is a “natural intervention!”