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OCM-awards leads to havoc in Efteling

Written by Team Oasis at 23:02 25/6-2016

  A sudden outrage from tour rider Jim Deuring led to a series of serious incidents in the famous Dutch theme park. The local hero demolished lawns, flowerbeds and damaged many of the landmarks. Meanwhile he shouted "stupid inifidels, burn in hell!"
  Allegedly Jim's rage came from missing a nomination for best tour rider. The category was now 'taken by riders who should not even be allowed to stand in his shadow', he said earlier this week. Jim snapped after he heard that Yanik Arda was not voted as best downhiller and Team Oasis received no award at all.
  Together with Arda he went on a rampage that started in the Fairy Woods. Deuring urinated on Roodkapje, while Arda tried to 'fire' the dragon from its duty with molotov cocktails. Their next stop was Holle Bolle Gijs. Deuring took a dump right inside the poor fella's mouth. He wiped off his butt with a voting paper from the awards. Then they both smashed the interior of several Laaf houses. Droomvlucht became an acid journey, as camera footage clearly showed. You see both of them kissing and touching the figures and some they make up like evil or misformed clowns with stuff they stole from the Laafs.
  Later on it became more vile. On one of the camera's you can see that an Elf is brutally molested. It is unclear whom of the two did that. Similar stuff carries on for a while, including grafity aimed at the Awards Committee on the Pagoda ("Vote leave for the blind dogs of OCM") and they race around the park with golf carts, damaging nice flower arrangements.
  Both riders eventually got caught by park security and taken to management to explain their behaviour. It is not clear if Team Oasis should leave the Efteling for good. Team manager Nooky Lair states that nothing crucial was damaged and that their rage was authentical. He however said the he will request his riders to show revenge in the races yet to come.


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Team Oasis at 09:59 26/6-2016
  so it was corruption

Tashkent Browncoats at 23:50 25/6-2016
  maybe he should've voted with that bill instead of wiping his ass with it

Schiavi di Don at 23:42 25/6-2016
  The committee does not take responsibility for any of these actions. Iran should have just paid us more.

NightmareChaos at 23:36 25/6-2016
  i was never invited :) No need for that in my team

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