22/09/2014 10:46 BST | Updated 22/09/2014 10:59 BST

BREAKING NEWS: FIFA Realises Qatar Is A Hot Country

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FIFA president Joseph Blatter opens the envelope to reveal that Qatar will host the 2022 World Cup at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich on December 2, 2010. Qatar became the first Arab, Middle Eastern or Muslim country to be awarded the right to stage football's World Cup. AFP PHOTO/KARIM JAAFAR (Photo credit should read KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Officials from football's governing body FIFA have realised that Qatar is a hot country.

"When we chose Qatar to host the World Cup in 2022, we had no idea that it's a desert nation with extreme summer temperatures," one FIFA official told HuffPost UK Comedy.

"We were driven everywhere in air-conditioned limousines, went to meetings in air-conditioned rooms and stayed in air-conditioned hotels," said another.

"We thought that's why the people we dealt with wore long robes - to keep themselves warm."

It is believed that FIFA officials failed to notice Qatar's average summer temperatures of 40°C because they were distracted by the gold watches being dangled in front of them and the sound of workers falling from buildings.

The future of Qatar as a World Cup host is now in doubt following FIFA's discovery.

As one German official said, on suddenly realising the situation: “Fans from around the world will be coming and travelling in this heat and the first life-threatening case will trigger an investigation by a state prosecutor.

"Unlike the first life-threatening case involving an immigrant worker, that is not something that FIFA wants to be responsible for."

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