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Cargo Ships Play Britney Spears' Songs to Ward Off Somali Pirates

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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

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UK commercial super tankers are blasting Britney Spears' songs to ward off approaching Somali Pirates off the east coast of Africa.

“Her songs have been chosen by the security...
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Source: NewsBreaker - on October 30, 2013

News video: BRITNEY VS. PIRATES: Naval Officers Blast Spears’ Music to Ward Off Somali Bandits

BRITNEY VS. PIRATES: Naval Officers Blast Spears’ Music to Ward Off Somali Bandits

Britney Spears songs are being used to save naval officers at sea. A naval official tells Metro online invading pirates and kidnapping attempts at sea are on the rise. A tactic used to ward off attacks is blaring loud Western songs bandits dislike. A security team carefully chose certain music hated...

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