Earlier today genius and entrepreneur, Elon Musk, launched the most powerful rocket in the word into space.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Megarocket, which is destined for Mars, had on-board a red Tesla Roadster, one of Musk’s own inventions, playing David Bowie’s smash hit ‘Space Oddity’.
Upon reading the news, shit Henry Ford and bollock personified, Lord Sugar, immediately Tweeted that he’d be sending a Lada blasting ‘A Spaceman Came Travelling’ by Chris De Burgh, on an 8 Track, to the Moon.
Trying to make sense of the bizzare Tweet, Lord Sugar’s pal and confidante, Nick Hewer, reportedly said;
“Lord Sugar is a very competitive man and after seeing Mr. Musk’s triumph today I imagine he just wants to do his bit to represent the UK.”
He continued; “He’s always had an eye for a bargain so the Lada isn’t a surprise and he’s also a massive Chris De Burgh fan, I think, or maybe that song was just cheaper too?”
No further details have been Tweeted with launch dates yet.