WALES has voted overwhelmingly to carry on being rude to visitors.
The campaign, bitterly divided between ‘We hate them’ and ‘We need the money’ camps, has been arguing for months over whether one of the country’s most cherished traditions should end.
Holyhead shopkeeper Wayne Hayes said: “While I wanted to retain the right to glare at anyone over five feet tall, there is the economic consideration of the six hundred quid per annum tourists bring in.
“Self-autonomy in the area of surliness is key to our national identity, but it’s not easy when your main selling point is being slightly warmer than Scotland.”
The result was announced at the Welsh Assembly under a statue of Owain Glyndwr making a ‘wanker’ sign behind Henry IV’s back.