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UPDATE: CEO of Mental Instability Killed. Public fights back against violent Business Owner. Author: Peter Parker@Peter_Parker Published: MARCH 9, 2019 8:08AM The CEO of the airlines has been tragically murdered shortly after the publishing of our previous opinion piece about the CEO of the Donkey Airline Company. The Public marched into the airfield grounds around 5:30 PM last night, and began to search for the brutal director. Ultimately, it was the gods that smote the frenzied and villainous Airline CEO. He tried to 'jet' away from the displeased protestors in one of his planes when what appeared to be about 15 bolts of lightning striking his aircraft at the same time, making it explode violently across the rest of the airfield. Cleanup crews have been working around the clock to clean up the airfield so international flights are not delayed. Director of the Los Santos International Airport Phil Flyy has informed us that the new interim-CEO of the Donkey Airlines Company is current General Manager Chris Reid until a new CEO is appointed. Weasel News and its Employees do not endorse violence of any kind, especially in connection to our stories, articles or other like forms of journalism. Our hearts are with the family of Jimmy John. We, Weasel News, are not responsible for any harm, or death caused by our articles, especially from the Gods themselves. Arm-Fall-Off-Boy (Floyd Belkin) is a DC Comics superhero from the 30th century. His first appearance was in Secret Origins Vol. 2 #46, (December 1989), he was drawn by Curt Swan. After Zero Hour, the character of Arm-Fall-Off-Boy was briefly reintroduced as Splitter. Arm-Fall-Off-Boy has the ability to detach his own limbs, which he can then use as weapons. His background is not explored in his initial appearances; in Legionnaires (vol 4) #12, Matter-Eater Lad claims he gained his powers through carelessness while holding the anti-gravity metal Element 152, but Matter-Eater Lad may not have been serious. In his introduction, he is an applicant at the first Legion tryout, and the first Legion reject. Following the Zero Hour reboot, the character appears again in Legionnaires (vol. 4) #43 and is identified as Floyd Belkin of the planet Lallor. Under the name Splitter, Floyd participates in the Legion's tryouts in Legionnaires #43 and is one of five finalists, but he is denied Legion membership after he panics and literally falls apart during the last test. Later in the comic, he appears as a member of the Heroes of Lallor. Promotional Contents Los Santos Customs - Tune up your car to outrun the cops Vanilla Unicorn - Let your right hand take a break for once Los Santos Airline Company: We are currently hiring.