The troubled Latin American country of Colombia was left last night in a state of disarray as a small Dairy cow, born in the Channel Islands, lead a successful Military Coup, deposing of the current leader.
The cow, believed to be called Daisy, stormed the President's Palace at around 7pm (local time) last night, and has since then, expelled any Colombians who have eaten Beef Stroganoff in the past 48 days.
Animal lead coups are no longer a rarity in today's world, with at least 8 nations now held by disenchanted mammals. Lithuania, Albania and Botswana are all ruled by Domesticated Guinea Pigs, while Indonesia and Jamaica are both now crippled in the grip of angry Battery Hens.
The UN is meeting today to decide what action to take against President Daisy of Colombia. Trade Sanctions and Air strikes have both been suggested, though no action is believed to be taken until at least next Wednesday.
Until then, Colombia remains in terror of its Bovine Leader.