Brecon Beacons national park has officially changed its name to Bannau Brycheiniog to piss off the English tourists.
English tourists will no longer be able to find Brecon Beacons on maps, making it harder for them to find accommodation such as Gwesty Hotel.
Authorities told WalesOnCraic:
“We do like to have a bit of a laugh so every now and then, we do something to annoy Engluish tourists. Things like announcing passport control checks and reinstating the Severn Bridge tolls. This time, we thought we’d mess about with the name of the Brecon Beacons. We’ve officially changed its name by deed poll, which means that no one will be able to officially refer to the area as the Brecon Beacons any more. If they do, they’ll be subject to our crushing laws, and sentenced to pay a £10 fine.”
The Beacons are renowned throughout the world for its lumpy landscape, and brings in 10 billion tourists every week.
One English tourist told WalesOnCraic:
“Orri’ guv’nor? I was darn your way last year and I found the Brecon Beacons no problem, darling. This year’s going to be a bit of a bugger, you know wharrr I’m saying?”