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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4249646.stm

 

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Bush 'caught short' at UN summit

It's a situation anyone could find themselves in - having to answer the call of nature in the middle of an important meeting.

But when you are the US president, at a gathering of more than 150 world leaders, it is even more tricky.

 

While talk at the UN world summit was focused on terrorism and internal reform, George W Bush appeared to have been caught short.

 

And, he is said to have turned to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for advice.

 

"I think I may need a bathroom break? Is this possible?" a Reuters news agency photographer caught him writing in a note to Ms Rice.

 

The photograph, and Mr Bush's apparent request for permission to pee, has been the subject of discussion on a number of satirical websites.

 

President Bush was among monarchs, presidents and prime ministers for the opening of the three-day summit, marking the 60th anniversary of the UN.

 

In a speech, he urged the UN to pursue meaningful reforms to allow it to meet modern challenges and said the US was committed to helping overcome poverty.

 

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And that's the great contribution from the Bloody English Students.

 

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His immediate predecessor was caught in a similar embarassing situation. Only this time, Clinton SAID it on camera! :D To Hillary at some kind of get together, he whispers to her, but loud enough to be recorded, that he has to take a bathroom break. The same words. :)

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I dont think he was asking permission, I think he was asking for help. Tricky things those zippers, especially when you are ..................(Fill in the blanks as you see fit!) :D

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