A religious place of worship is being divided between two religions, it has been decided.
The former site of a mosque in India, known as Ayodhya, was the site of turmoil after a group of activists decided to "torch the lot".
Following a massive debate in court, the Indian Government has announced that the two religions must learn to "Share" the site like good schoolchildren. Which is rather ironic considering the Government can't even organise a Commonwealth Games right.
The decision was reached that one religion would have access to Ayodhya on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, whereas the other site would belong to the other party on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The final day would alternate.
Criticisms arose that it would be "impossible" to share the site as people would have to constantly be "moving out of the area". However, one person in the UK has recently supported this idea: Davey Miliband. The Labour Loser was quoted as saying:
"Mummy, can you tell Ed to let me have a go at being leader and going in the swivelly chair please?"