While Tom DeLonge is off chasing aliens, blink-182’s Mark Hoppus says he helped capture Saddam Hussein

While Tom DeLonge is off chasing aliens, blink-182’s Mark Hoppus says he helped capture Saddam Hussein
One year and two weeks later, he was executed. pic.twitter.com/c43EYJHPfu
— snddoɥ ʞɹɐɯ (@markhoppus) June 26, 2018

Jeezus. After the US invaded Iraq in 2003, Hussein fled Baghdad and went into hiding. Between Mark and Tom, we’ve got a good foundation for a punk rock Avengers. Fans of blink-182 know that Tom DeLonge left the band in part to pursue The Truth About Aliens and the Government Coverup of Extraterrestrial Technology™, but few were probably aware that Mark Hoppus was (allegedly) involved in the plan to take down Saddam Hussein. Come again? He was eventually captured when he was found hiding in a hole near the city of Tikrit on December 13 of that year. Last week, Mark Hoppus was asked on Twitter “What is the least plausible story about yourself that’s true?” Here was his response. Maybe they should join forces and see if Tracy Island is available for rent.