Peru has called on explorers to stay away from an isolated Amazon basin rainforest tribe after pictures of 'uncontacted' tribal members were published on line.
This news has had a devastating effect on famous explorer and registered semi-halfwit, Sir Archibald Stiff-Uppers and his faithful Spanish batman, Juan Czheet both of whom have been wandering around lost in the basin for 30 years.
Neither men had any idea where they were or, for that matter, what the hell they originally set out to find. It was only by chance that they stumbled upon these 'natives' took a few polaroids and beat a hasty retreat before getting spears up their respective anuses!
Elated at the discovery after years of rambling Stiff-Uppers finally stumbled across a strange jungle eatery called McDonalds, and after a well earned feed managed to make a collect call to the the famous Explorers Club in blighty. Meanwhile, being unawhere of modern technology staff at the eatery had forwarded his photgraphic evidence on his behalf.
It was then, a few weeks later that he received the devastating news that far from being the lost tribe he thought it was, both he and Juan had stumbled across a Peruvian TV film set!
In actual fact it was later disclosed that what had, at first sighting, been an unknown tribe was the filming of a Peruvian Television Pilot episode of, "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!"
Both men have since been airlifted to a non-NHS hospital in Lima and certified insane.