A dispute has broken out between aboriginal tribes in Australia and a gang of Gorbals Diehards in Glasgow. The Scots are claiming that they have physical, living evidence that they are the original Neanderthal men who have always inhabited the Northern part of Great Britain - a claim refuted by the Waka Waka people of central Australia.
Today a delegation from the tribe came to Edinburgh's Scottish Museum of anthropology to claim the skulls of six of its ancestors and the bone from a woman's ear. They claim that this is the missing link that they've been looking for and proves that they were there long before the picts. You see, all the women in the Waka Waka tribe are deaf in the left ear and this is indeed a left ear bone.
Museum curator, Hugh McSkully told In Seine news;
"These people have a point yer know, och ae. The bone is the one that is vital to protect the ear drum and without it we cannot hear!"
The delegation surrounded the museum, got their didgeridoos out and also began smoking eucalyptus leaves which are well known for their hallucinogenic effects. Just one sniff sent the Gorbals Diehards into a trance and they allowed the 'abbos' to make off with the skulls - oh and the ear bone.
A spokeswoman for the Waka Waka tribe Said; "What?"