After Monday’s suicide bombing attack that killed 22 people and injured 66 at Manchester Arena in the UK, ISIS was quick to claim responsibility for the attack.
Now the British military has decided to sent them a thank-you note in the form of a missile, according to Fox News. But what’s written on the side is taking the internet by storm.
Members of the Royal Air Force wrote “Love from Manchester” on the Hellfire missile intended to be delivered at high speed to ISIS fighters in the Middle East. There was some initial doubt that the photo was real, so the UK’s The Sun decided to track it down to the source.
An RAF spokesperson replied that “the photo was genuine.”
He added, “The sentiment of the message is understandable under the circumstances. There’s a history of messages being written on missiles in the RAF. It’s unlikely the individual responsible for it will be disciplined.”
Here are a few of those historical examples:
“Happy Xmas Adolf”
“An Easter Egg for Hitler”
“From Paris with Love”
“To Saddam: This One’s for You!”
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