A strike at mousetrap factory, which has been at the center of a protest by a group of nudist workers, has finally ended with both sides agreeing to a peace deal.
A small group of nudists who have worked at the factory for almost 30 years, demanded the company owners to enact safety measures on the production floor.
"I've seen my fair share of nasty pinches around here", said union spokesman Charlie Bucket, "many of the men who work here have had lucky escapes. Others haven't been so fortunate. We've lost a few members. From our Union. Literally".
AS a compromise, the company owners 'Neck Snappers Inc. LLC' have agreed to put slow acting mechanisms on their latest trap models, thus enabling the nudists to work in relative safety.
"This batch of traps won't catch frickin' anything but OAP mice", said an angry shareholder, "but what can we do? Nudists always win."