Tunas and several other Scombridae, such as mackerels have declared an overnight curfew in three major oceans, including the Atlantic, in the wake of serious rioting.
The eight-hour curfew was introduced after several violent attacks in protest of the new social status of sardines, who have been told that they CAN now swim in certain areas previously reserved ONLY for tunas.
However some marine biologists suspect that the rioting fish, who have been swimming erratically, abusing dolphins and targeting stores owned by sea bass could have contracted a strain of the dreaded "zombie virus" - which has been responsible for bizarre behavior among humans and one case involving a bovine but, thus far, had not affected fish.
If the riots continue then packed lunches, salads and other dishes, traditionally serviced by tunas could suffer. An alternative is being discussed which does not bold well for gold fish.