Britain's eavesdropping👂 spy agency GCHQ (Govt Communications HQ) reportedly was on the lookout👀 for a yet-to-be-published Harry Potter⚡ book, according to its publisher. Usually alert to spot anti-national activities, GCHQ called☎ JK Rowling's publisher Nigel Newton before the release of a much-anticipated book📖 of the seven-part series. She said🔈, "“I remember the British spy eavesdropping station GCHQ rang me up and said ‘we’ve detected an early copy of this book on the Internet'". Thankfully the book on the internet was fake😌, she revealed. When the GCHQ was contacted, they responded in true 'Ministry of Magic' style😅: "We do not comment on our defense against the dark arts".
Well, what do we 'muggles' know😉.