A SECOND wave of airstrikes on terror group ISIS has backfired spectacularly after militants unleashed a series of Michael Bublé live concert DVDs in major western cities, including London underground stations, it has been revealed.
For the first time since the terror organization first came to prominence, they have reluctantly claimed responsibility.
Political analysts say the extremist views of ISIS and its members has gone too far.
Analyst Derek Scholfieldstein told Dafty News: “This is taking terrorism to a new below-the-belt level.”
Meanwhile western governments have increased the threat level to high risk after a number of underground subway station kiosks were found to contain Michael Bublé’s Madison Square Garden and Up Close & Personal live concert DVDs and warned the public to be extra vigilant and to stay well clear of such a highly dangerous item.