Britain under UN investigation for crimes against humanity for producing James Corden

The United Nations has launched an official investigation into alleged crimes against humanity perpetrated by Britain for having produced James Corden in 1978.

Corden was produced by a two-person team in Britain before it was unleashed on the rest of the world, most noticeably the USA. The UN believes that he is a dangerous and hazardous substance.

The investigation hopes to discover if this was an intentional act of violence against humanity or entirely accidental.

‘He was definitely an accident,’ his father claims.

Corden is such a noxious substance that viewing him even through a TV can cause spontaneous vomiting as well as complete rectal collapse.

If found guilty, Britain faces the punishment of having to house the entire Kardashian family for up to twenty years.