Welsh Pigs ‘Nervous’ Ahead Of Cameron Farm Visit

Welsh pigs are ‘nervous’ ahead of a farm visit by Prime Minister David Cameron.

The pigs who reside at Honey Farm in Brecon are said to be apprehensive, despite assurances by the farm owner that there will be no shenanigans.

Owner Farmer Honey told WalesOnCraic:

“The girls have been pretty tetchy since allegations arose that Dave went sticking his bits into a dead pig’s mouth. His visit had been booked many months ago as he was due to visit our world-famous Derek the Weathersheep. I can understand the pigs’ concerns and I’ll be making sure that all procedures are in place to make sure that our pigs don’t go play no pink trombones.”

5 year old pig Hetty said:

“If Dave is wanting to try that sort of thing on with me, he’s going to have to wine and dine me first. Lads these days are getting a little bit expectant and I’d prefer to see a traditional method of seduction other than killing me.”

Cameron has yet to respond to the claims made public earlier this week.

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