A group of immigrant Romanians has purchased Trafalger Square and turned it into a caravan camp for new arrivals. A convoy of hand-painted, colourful horse-drawn carriages was last seen rolling up the M25 towards the centre of London and amazed car drivers were seen shovelling up horse manure left in its wake, as usual (someone has to clear up the mess and who better than the little people!).
Outraged London Mayor, buffoon Boris Johnson, stood outside the camp and protested about the purchase and the leader of the camp told him politely, "to get on his bike!"
A spokesman for the new landlords, Romanski Petriouscu (is that spelt correctly?) gave the following statement to the shocked local press and here it is:
"We love London and now we own the square we feel at home too, in fact we are most grateful to England for giving us the money to buy it and also with the money left over we send it home to build fabulous houses there too, what a great country, thank you all!"
David Cameron is not quite happy about Romanians stretching European legislation to the limit, but has accepted the fact that he and Nick Clegg are a pair of dumb arseholes!
As for Admiral Nelson perched upon the tower, the Romanians have replaced him with a statue of their favourite dictator, Nicolae Ceaucescu, to make them feel even more at home!