MOSCOW – To eliminate all possible fraud FIFA has instituted very strict anti-doping measures at this year’s World Cup in Russia. A recent test of the urine samples from the Russian team has produced some truly shocking results.
Thorough analysis revealed at least 80% of the samples submitted by Russia’s players had traces of synthetic oil and hydraulic fluids in them, leading to questions about the humanity of several of them.
Experts are now saying it is 99.9% likely at least some of the team members are nothing more than Russian bots. These suspicions were proven correct after secret footage leaked from the training compound of the Russian team:
Yeah, we fooled you.
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