CIA Agents Disguised As Film Crew Rescue Statue From Golden Globes Ceremony
LOS ANGELES (The Global Edition) – CIA specialists posing as a film crew managed to rescue a statue from the 70th annual Golden Globes Awards last night in Los Angeles, local media reports.
With the knowledge that operatives would have to save the statue from getting into the hands of the nominees, the CIA executed a risky plan, which included posing as a film crew so they could enter the awards show to successfully seize the statue without arousing suspicion. The CIA operation was led by agents posing as Hollywood professionals, including Ben Affleck and George Clooney.
“There was a lot of pressure,” said Ben Affleck, the agent in charge of orchestrating the mission. “We had to be perfect, one tiny slip up and it would have been ‘curtains’ for us. Luckily, we were able to fool everyone, and no one noticed that we weren’t actually real film professionals until it was way too late. By that time, we were out the door and long gone with the statue in our hands,” added the courageous agent Mr. Affleck.
After being rewarded for his bravery, special agent Affleck took the time to thank Hollywood professionals like Chris Terris, John Goodman and Alan Arkin for helping him and risking their reputation to be caught in his company.
“This statue is where it is now thanks to these talented man who gave their best,” agent Affleck said. “I owe them all of my gratitude for that.”