Thursday, August 03, 2006

Q: How many drunks does it take to turn rumor to fact?

A: Two

The recent rumor out of Malibu is that Mel Gibson was not alone in his car on Friday, July 28 when he was pulled over for suspicion of drunk driving.

Witnesses report that George W. Bush was in the car with Gibson just before Gibson's Lexus was stopped on the PCH.

According to unidentified sources, Gibson and Bush were out that night cruising up and down Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood enjoying themselves as fun loving tourists. After some stops at a few undisclosed locations, the pair decided to call it a night. Bush was scheduled to rendezvous somewhere in the Pacific Palisades with the clandestine Secret Service agents who had made it possible for the President to enjoy an anonymous "boys night out on the town" prior to commencing his August vacation. Bush and Gibson were driving to a secret drop zone where Bush was to be transported back to Washington to resume his role as Leader of the Free World.

Both Gibson and Bush had been drinking.

While driving north on the Pacific Coast Highway, Gibson noticed that he was being followed by a law enforcement vehicle in the distance. Knowing he was about to be pulled over and wanting to avoid embarrassment for Bush, Gibson somehow managed to make it possible for the President to exit the car before being stopped by the police.

As later stories confirm, Gibson was pulled over and eventually arrested.

Once in custody Gibson was initially reported to have said, "F'ing Jews. The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world."

Law enforcement officials have admitted that Gibson was misquoted. The noise level in the holding cell was so loud that arresting officers could not accurately report what Gibson was saying.

Audio tapes of the incident reveal that Gibson was saying, "F'ing George. George is responsible for all the wars in the world."


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