‘Dada has gone to America to bring ‘body parts’
A journalist has tried for several days to get in touch with former Colombo mayor A.J.M. Muzammil. He is one of the very few politicians who can be contacted very easily. However, for the past several days, calls to his phone remained unanswered. The journalist has thought that Muzammil had gone to Malaysia to accept his new posting as the Sri Lankan high commissioner there. To verify that, the journalist has given a call to a son of Muzammil.
“Muza’s phone rings, but there is no answer. Has he gone to Malaysia without telling anyone to accept the high commissioner position?” the journalist asked. 
His son gave an amusing reply. “No, Dada has gone to America to bring ‘body parts.’
“What? To bring body parts? Why? Has Dada started a motor spare part business after leaving the mayor position?” the journalist fired another question.
“No. Dada did not go to America to bring motor spare parts. He went there to bring body parts. That is because his next posting is as the high commissioner in Malaysia and he thought it would be wise to take some body parts along with him.”
“Why is that?”
“Why? Haven’t you seen how former high commissioner Ansar was beaten up by Tiger sympathizers. Seeing that, Dada decided to take some body parts along when he goes there as the high commissioner.”
Muzammil has by now returned home, bringing body parts along with him. He is due to take up duties as the high commissioner in Malaysia before president Maithripala Sirisena undertakes a tour of that country on the 16th of this month.
May be body parts, or maybe not. Whatever, our suggestion is that when he goes on official assignments, he should handcuff himself to deputy high commissioner Majintha Jayasinghe. That is because, when a disaster strikes, Majintha will drag Muzammil along with him at lightning speed. Therefore, instead of body parts, what Muzammil should take with him is a pair of handcuffs.
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