Surrey farmer Mr.Fiddler (name changed for legal reasons and Marks legal costs) did some "hey-diddling" in 2008 and secretly built himself a castle on green belt land after being refused planning permission.
The local council discovered the castle hidden behind haystacks and instead of finding needles (They're in the Isle of Wight), they found a mock Tudor castle that Farmer Fiddler had been living in since he "hey diddled" the planners.
Local council reps in Surrey have now ordered Farmer Fiddler to demolish the castle, but being a bit of a "wide boy" (Fiddlers mostly are, wide that is) and after attempting to save his castle, but being refused, Farmer Fiddler has saved the day by turning his plush castle into luxury pig pens for piggies! (Do other animals live in pig pens answers please to Jamie Oliver?)
The council have had to accept the new plans for the castle as long as Farmer Fiddler does not book several pens for his family and friends. The reconstruction will take place very soon with Farmer Fiddler footing the costs.
However, he has no problems because local pig lovers hearing about the luxury B & B for pigs have been booking pen space with impunity and Farmer Fiddler has even promised that no crackly bacon or pork sausages will be on the breakfast menu to please his future guests, Oink, Oink!