The Spoof (tagline: “Always there with the funniest spoof headlines”) reports findings that one of the UK’s leading life insurance providers has been fleecing their customers. Their accusation: The Athieva Life Insurance company has been using customer payments to fund a new immortality serum, which the company then tested on 2,000 aging clients who soon afterward reported feeling too well considering their age. Eventually, a reporter was sent to investigate the potentially explosive story. The reporter explained, “I managed to get a job with Athieva and was told I would be shadowing one of their collection agents, or ‘Angels of Theft’, as we now call them. I noticed that the agent was slipping something into the customers drinks. It wasn’t until I finished my training that I found out what it was. The agent gave me a batch and told me to put it in all my customers’ drinks. At this point I legged it and began further investigations.”

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