Friday 24 August 2012 by Spacey and Gary Stanton

Norway set to become holiday hotspot for mass murderers following Breivik sentence

After Anders Behring Breivik was handed a jail sentence that is the equivalent of just 3.2 months for every person he killed, people considering a violent killing spree have already begun checking the price of flights to Norway.

Breivik, who killed a total of 77 people, will serve a minimum of 10 years, which is great news for people that like the idea of killing lots of other people, but don’t really fancy spending the rest of their lives in prison.

With a population of around 5 million people to choose from and some stunning scenery, Norway could prove to be the number one destination for grudge nurturing psychopaths.

Breivik sentence

Ryanair have been quick to take advantage of the sudden increase in interest that Breivik’s sentence has generated by unveiling plans they hope will appeal to killers on a budget.

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary,said: “We’re offering two guns for the price of one, as long as they’re not in the hand luggage.”

“We also have a deal that means the return ticket can be used anytime over the next 21 years.”

“There’s Norway you can travel for less,” he joked.

Rival airline easyJet have also revealed a package in the hope of appealing to low-cost lunatics.

“We’re pleased to announce our passengers will have access to pre-flight shooting lessons as well as a selection of far-right militant ideologies to choose from,” revealed a spokesperson.

“You can’t Fjord to miss it.”

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