HEADLINE – (I swear, this headline is real)

Irish priest kidnapped in Philippines released by MILF


Rev. Michael Sinnott, a 79-year-old Irish Catholic priest abducted in the Southern Philippines a month ago, is escorted to his flight to Manila following his release early Thursday.  Al Jacinto/AP

By Rhappi Kanasta, Ass.Press Reporter

A 46 year old mother of two (MILF), released an elderly Irish priest late on Wednesday night after holding him in captivity for 32 days. Father Michael Sinnott had worked in the Philippines for nearly 33 years when Ms. Helen Smith, recently divorced,  kidnapped him from a gated compound in Pagadian City on Oct. 11. He was released into the custody of  government authorities on Thursday morning.

“I just thought he was SO cute,” said the still smoking-hot sexually attractive Smith at a press conferenced called to announce her decision to release Father Michael.

Re:  http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/1112/p99s01-duts.html

6 Responses to “HEADLINE – (I swear, this headline is real)”

  1. I like the priests recollection “I think next time they will get someone fitter, as I couldn’t keep up with them when they hiked everywhere.”

    It’s not just junk food, it’s kidnap prevention food.


  2. Could have at least kidnapped someone who’d be interested in her. ‘Irish priest kidnapped in Philippines by Guinness brewery workers’…

    Well it was less obvious than the altar boy reference that was going to go in there.


  3. You know I think this was my personal fantasy no.324 when I was 19 years old. You know being kidnapped by the MILF, not holding a priest hostage.


  4. They might be a bad bunch in the Philippines, but it’s hard for me to take a group whose acronym is ‘MILF’ too seriously. I think they gotta work on that.


  5. This is too funny. But of course as a nice little old “hick from the sticks” I needed the Urban Dictionary before I could get the joke.
    The Father looks a bit tired but but contentedly happy after his “ordeal.”


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