BREAKING NEWS – Montreal, Canada – Canadian plane manufacturer Bombardier is now under fire, after it unveiled a wider seat design on its CS100 aircraft earlier this summer. A leaked memo suggests that the wider seats were not to make passengers more comfortable, but it was so they would have fewer seats on the plane for people that are overweight. The leaked memo stated in part, “We must cut down on the amount of tubby people on our flights to the excessive blubber, with many of them as large as two full grown hockey players. With “them” on the plane, it is costing us a lot more in fuel to get off the ground, plus they are making other passengers feel guilty about not giving them their inflight snacks.” Bombardier has not commented on the memo, or their motive for trying to remove all fast food restaurants from Canadian airports.