CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. One small step for man; one giant fine for mankind.
Forty years following man's first landing on the moon, NASA has finally revealed why one of history's greatest feats has not been repeated since 1972: parking tickets.
It is with sincere shame and apology we tell the world today that yes, not only is there a race of humanoid beings that exist on the moon, but that they also have a traffic ordinance, NASA spokesperson Bruce Buckingham told a stunned-to-silence press corps Monday.
According to Buckingham, it turns out that the now famous Sea of Tranquility site where the Apollo 11 lunar module landed is a designated no parking zone to the resident lifeforms, referred to as Mooninites. The large stages left behind during the descent and ascent of the model are considered to be in violation.
The Mooninites sent us notice, Buckingham said, but mail between the earth and moon is slow. We had our Ap