'Charlie bit my finger' found in Osama Bin Laden’s video collections

In a shocking revelation, mastermind behind Al-Qaida, Osama Bin Laden had the viral ‘Charlie bit my finger’ video on his computer when he was shot and killed by US soldiers in 2011.

The CIA has released a collection of materials related to the terror operations, including files stored on his computer at his hideout in Pakistan.

Among the files, which included children’s programmes such as Tom and Jerry and instructions for crocheting butterflies, was the world-famous viral you tube video ‘Charlie bit my finger’ from 2007.

Davies-Carr, father of Harry and Charlie said he had no idea the man behind 9/11 would be one of the millions fans of the video.

He told the news channel: “I don’t know how to react. It’s hard to take in.

“You never can tell who has a lighter side. It’s hard to imagine he’s planning terrible things one minute and then laughing with his family over this the next.”

However, his wife’s first reaction was different than his own. 

“She wondered, ‘Were they targets?’ he said. 

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