BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Tuesday dismissed a report that Pakistan gave it access to an advanced US 'stealth helicopter that crashed during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in May. Chinas Ministry of Defence denied this in a one-sentence statement, Beijings first public response to the report. This report is totally unfounded and extremely absurd, said the statement on the defence ministrys website (www.mod. gov.cn) Pakistans Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, the countrys top spy agency, also earlier denied the report. One U.S. official, speaking on condition of anonymity, earlier told Reuters there was reason to believe Pakistan had allowed the Chinese to inspect the aircraft. But the official could not confirm with certainty that this had happened.