Seriously though, I think someone in Georgia followed Belgian news a while back, or has been catching up on their reading. Though how they could possibly have thought it was a good idea, I can't quite imagine.
Help me, fellow Belgians... doesn't this sound familiar? (excerpts from BBC News report)
"Momentary panic was sparked in Georgia after TV broadcasted the news that Russian tanks had invaded the capital and the country's president was dead. The national network report - with echoes of the 2008 war between Russia and Georgia - turned out to be false. However, mobile phone networks were overwhelmed with calls and many people rushed onto the streets. Imedi TV said the aim of the report had been to show how events might unfold if the president were killed."
"Although the broadcast was introduced as a simulation of possible events, the warning was lost on many Georgians."
For anyone who doesn't understand how this has anything to do with Belgium, I'll refer you to this summary of the 2006 fake TV report about Belgium splitting up...