Nuclear inspectors in Iran after Ahmadinejad Facebook post

HEINUS – TEHRAN U.N. nuclear weapons inspectors began work in Iran over continued concern about possible nuclear weapons. Inside sources at the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Commission demanded access to Iranian facilities after Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made a weekend post to his Facebook page showing Ahmadinejad and his friends in various poses with a nuclear weapon.

The Iranian president was seen in photos with a nuclear bomb by his pool, the bomb was spotted in his golf cart during a round at the Revolutionary Guards Pitch and Putt near the Presidential Palace and there were images of the two-kiloton device strapped to a skateboard as Ahmadinejad and his friends engaged in high speed longboarding on steep mountain roads outside Tehran. One photo appears to show the bomb-laden skateboard colliding with a ice cream truck. A spokesman for the Iranian president said the bomb did not detonate and that Ahmadinejad was simply having some relaxing weekend fun with pals and he wanted to share it with his friends on Facebook.

“There was never any danger of an explosion,” said Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi during a press conference. “The Western press is really making too much of this. We happen to possess video of President Obama snorkeling at Martha’s Vineyard with a Mark 83 1.2 megaton bomb and we have photos of Russian President Medvedev at his dacha outside Novosibirsk four-wheeling in the mud, driving an SS-27 Sickle B truck-transported ICBM.”

(Longboarding image by Trevorhall89, SS-27 Sickle B image by Goodvint)