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Sea You: Faye Turney And British Hostages Return To Iraq

by | 30th, April 2007

iran2.jpg“FAYE BACK IN IRAQ,” thunders the Sun’s front-page headline. And we learn that Faye Turney, she of the tears and the dirty knickers, is heading beck to the scene of her fame.

“Gutsy” Faye is returning to her ship off Iraq just weeks after being set free from so much enforced headscarf-wearing, ping-pong and dirty knickers.

As a recovered and brave Faye tells the paper: “HMS Cornwall is where I belong and it’s where my friends are.”

And Faye is not making the journey alone. As reported, she will be accompanied not by a publisher, ghost writer and stylist but by seven colleagues who also endured the Iranian regime’s hospitality.

They are “brave” says the Sun. And they will once again be patrolling the wasters near the Iranian border – but not over it. In small inflatable boats, Faye and her colleagues will look for this and that.

Once more ‘Topsy’ Faye Turney will hold Arthur Batchelor to her bosom and play mummy.

And now the Iranians know Faye’s coming, they might seek to reacquaint themselves with former friends.

What odds Turney and her crew being seized and held accountable for the theft of one headscarf and a rack of Man at Ahmadinejad suits?

And what of President Ahmadinejad asking for a share of spoils from the stories Turney and Batchelor sold.

After all, what would they be without him?

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