Tens of thousands of 'don't knows', 'undecideds,' and 'not sures' converged on Central London Today for a massed rally of people who have difficulty in making their minds up about stuff.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman stated that he could neither confirm nor deny the location of the actual rally venue as the participants couldn't decide where to gather.
A planned march had to be called off because nobody could decide on a route for it.
Hilda Puddlejump travelled to London from her home in Doncaster, although she didn't appear quite sure why. She told us:
'We've come here today to show people that we have a right to not know anything, and to be not sure what to do about it.'
'Hear hear!' added Major Thomas Percival retired. 'However, I must admit that I'm not quite sure where all this is leading.'
PM Gordon Brown issued a statement saying:
'There's nothing much to say really. Other than that there has been a huge influx of people into Central London. There appears to be no set plan to this action. They're just wandering aimlessly around, not sure what, if anything to do.'
More as we get it.