A 100,000 people strong Brexit protest was interrupted by a music festival this weekend.
Youthful liberals from across the country gathered in Glastonbury to protest the UK’s decision to leave the European Union only to be disrupted by popular music on a pyramid stage.
Acts such as Coldplay, Adele and the ironically-named ‘New Order’ turned up in Somerset to thwart the attempts of hundreds of thousands of hippies to stage a peaceful protest.
The music was deemed so distracting that even Jeremy Corbyn cancelled his chance to rouse the left-wing free-thinkers, taking his anger out on the shadow cabinet instead.
Dan Pierce, a self-proclaimed “work-shy bohemian”, said: “I queued for half a day outside Glastonbury to protest the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, but it’s hard to get passionate about politics when Adele is spouting shite about chasing pavements.
“I’m chasing a functioning government love, cry me a river!”
The protesters are thought have de-camped back to a forest outside Heathrow where they will oppose the third runway until this blows over, except for the eccentric Theodore, who took the chance to visit Mummy in Butleigh Wootton.