Police today confirmed rumors that a cappella comedy "Man Band" Da Vinci's Notebook is in fact responsible for the drive-by cameo appearance in moosebutter's recent recording of "Witch Doctor," featured on their new album udder won.
Witnesses confirmed that the comedy vocal quartet Da Vinci's Notebook, formerly based in Washington, D.C., drove their vehicle through the Sydney Opera House where moosebutter was recording a segment of their song, an arrangement of the tune made popular by Dave Seville and the Chipmunks. Sonic evidence is found on the recording of "Witch Doctor," available for purchase as a single song download or on the full CD moosebutter: udder won, both available at www.moosebutter.com. A car can clearly be heard driving through the recording session with horn honking wildly. Numerous rumors had surfaced as to who propagated the act of audio sabotage. Da Vinci's Notebook was suspected, as were The Flying Karamazov Brothers, Chaka Khan, and The Spice Girls. But until today, the true identity of the offenders remained a mystery.
And mysterious it remains in at least one way. Witnesses had initially identified the offending vehicle as The A-Team van, but official reports have revealed that the vehicle was in fact Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine, normally used by Scooby Doo and his animated associates in their well-publicized crime-fighting adventures, spray-painted to resemble The A-Team van. No explanation has been made as to how Da Vinci's Notebook came into possession of the vehicle.
Mr. T, the official driver of The A-Team van, was released from custody upon revelation of the news. He and other A-Team members were not available for comment. The A-Team declined to comment on reports that they or someone sounding suspiciously like them appear on another moosebutter: udder won song, "I Hate Mosquitos."
Witnesses to the unexpected intrusion of Da Vinci's Notebook into moosebutter's recording include Henry Kissinger, Abe Vigoda, Japanese singing sensation Yatta, and the skier who's crashing down the hill when they say "...and the agony of defeat" on ABC's The Wild World of Sports.
Witnesses also described Da Vinci's Notebook's action of exposing their bare buttocks out the van windows, a practice popularly known as "mooning." Authorities are baffled as to why the members of Da Vinci's Notebook were directing their unique salute out the windows facing away from moosebutter, and also how they could drive the freaking van while all of them had their posteriors pointed to the sky.
moosebutter responded to the incident by growing more hair on their chests.
This information has been confirmed by Da Vinci's Notebook spokesperson Greg "Storm" DiCostanzo, whose official remarks were far too profanity-laden to print in a public forum. DiCostanzo also confirmed that the group was on their way to Hartford, Connecticut to dine at the USS Chowder Pot IV, an area seafood restaurant, when they took a shortcut that lead them into the recording session. They also thought that they were mooning Bobby McFerrin, which is why they left the two state senators of Louisiana bound and gagged on the floor of the van and did not let them participate.
Government officials have issued an official statement warning against retaliation, and religious officials have counseled their congregations to remain indoors to avoid possible violence stemming from the recent confrontation.
Report by Tim "Herbivore" Jones with research by Storm "Your Man on the Street" DiCostanzo.