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MoD rejects Gaddafi low-flying aircraft complaint

Serious online blow to Libyan tyrant

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In a serious blow to Libya's Muammar Gaddafi, the Ministry of Defence has moved to prevent the tyrant whining about low-flying RAF aircraft.

We understand that over the weekend the dictator attempted to complain that Brit flyboys were putting a real downer on his day, but this is what happened when he tried to input the details online:

Libya missing from MoD's drop-down list on low-flying aircraft complaints page

The cunning British plan to relieve the Colonel of his last line of defence was spotted here earlier today. In the face of such tactics, surely the time has come for the man to release his weakening grip on power? ®

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