In what is being seen as a last-ditch attempt to usurp democracy, and deny the voting public its victory at the polls, the government has ordered TV reruns of the 1990s show 'Eurotrash', in a bid to change people's minds about Europe.
Hosted by the French duo, Jean Paul Gaultier and Antoine de Caunes, 'Eurotrash' showcased the quirky, funny, friendly, and depraved side to Europe and Europeans, and delighted viewers with its laidback approach to both sex and bodily wastes.
The government has been doing its utmost to thwart Brexit, and to hijack Britain's attempt to leave the EU, and 'Eurotrash' clearly exhibits all of the wonderful characteristics possessed by those on the continent.
No 'incontinent' pun intended.
Big tits and bare bottoms; giggling, scantily-clad milkmaids; smiling, inviting blond barmaids provocatively caressing the beertaps; gays, lesbians, ladyboys, transgenders, multigenders, all before it was fashionable to be any of these things - all were to be found, in large amounts, on 'Eurotrash'.
Now, ministers that are for remaining in Europe have persuaded Channel 4 bosses to broadcast repeats of the show to try and sway opinion, in order to organise a second referendum, which they will take much more care to manipulate than they did the first time around.