If you thought the FBI and Scotland Yard had their security right, you\u2019d be wrong. Anonymous has posted an MP3 of a call where the FBI can be heard discussing several Anonymous and LulzSec related cases with investigators from the UK.\n\tThe hacker group says this is part of an ongoing F**k FBI Friday campaign, which began in 2011, and has resulted in several attacks against the agency. "It's Friday, #F**kFBIFriday, everybody's lookin' forward to the leakend, leakened... #FFF," read once tweet from AnonymousIRC.\n\tThe FBI confirmed the leak, saying: "The information was intended for law enforcement officers only and was illegally obtained. A criminal investigation is under way to identify and hold accountable those responsible."\n\tThe call apparently took place on Jan. 17th \u2013 according to a confidential email with the bridge and passcode which was also published to the net.\n\tThe email, entitled "Anon-Lulz International Coordination Call", went to over 40 law enforcement officers in the USA, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, France and Sweden, although only a small number of people are on the conference call, according to Naked Security.\n\tThe discussion during the 16-minute call doesn\u2019t really reveal anything (other than a serious security problem) but does have its amusing moments. According to the Telegraph:\n\t\n\t\tAt the beginning conversation, the British officers discuss cheese and the merits of Sheffield.\n\t\n\t\tOne officer appears to refer to the city as a \u201ckhazi\u201d slang for toilet \u2013 and tells an American colleague: \u201cYou\u2019ve missed nothing, it\u2019s not exactly a jewel in England\u2019s crown.\u201d\n\t\n\t\tThey also refer to a colleague as an \u201cold school detective but mad as a box of frogs.\u201d\n\n\tCongrats to the Yard for being able to turn a phrase.