Britain is to be the focus of the documentary series following their vague refusal to pay a Brexit divorce bill to the EU Commission, which is currently touted to be £50 billion pounds.
In a recent interview with the BBC, Prime Minister Theresa May avoided questions about the divorce bill, galloping around the room like a wildebeest being hunted by a cheetah.
President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, said: “We will start with 10 Downing Street, I bet they’ve got some quality gear. The Prime Minister won’t have a pot left to piss in. I like the look of that cat too.”
“We will then begin extracting some of my favourite British landmarks: Big Ben, Blackpool Tower and Bluewater Shopping Centre. Not the 02 Arena, though – it looks hideous.”
Prime Minister Theresa May avoided the issue yet again, and said: “My message is clear: Brexit means brexit”, whilst Tusk responded: “Payment means payment.”
Meanwhile, security is being beefed-up at Downing Street to prepare for the bailiffs’ arrival. Plans are also in motion to install a Gladiators TV show-style assault course, which will conclude with a head-on rugby tackle from Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
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