Gibraltar monkeys refuse to leave rock after Brexit shock!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 3 April 2017

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No Brexit in Gibraltar!! Monkeys aint off their rocks!!

Monkeys inhabiting the Rock of Gibraltar have come out in solidarity with non-Brexiters by refusing to leave their warm, Mediterranean adopted homeland after Brexit is completed in 2019! They are refusing to leave Europe and certainly do not want to end up on a freezing mountain in the Pennines!

The monkeys went on a protest march through the streets on the rock, and as British tourists appeared, they started throwing rotten apples at them, baring their rather sharp teeth, and showing off their pride and joy; their pink arses in protest.

Gibraltar police were called to the rock to calm the monkeys down and a monkey spokesman, King Louie (named changed for legal reasons), when told to calm down, stuck his middle finger in the air, ripped a mirror off the police car, and peed on the bonnet!

In other words; monkeys aint that stupid and refuse to leave their European Rock even if their fellow primate, Prime Minister May, is demanding that they return to a wet and freezing cold UK!

Spanish workers on Gibraltar (actually there are more working there than real Brits) showed solidarity with their monkey mates and joined in the fun by throwing bananas at the Union Jack, demanding a referendum on becoming a autonomous state, and Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, offered to become their President...

THe rest will be history and the monkeys have shown more common sense than British Brexit perpetrators, Bojo and Farage, in fact it's an insult to the monkeys calling these two clowns, apes!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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