Highland Council begins yearly invasion of Argyll and Bute

Forces loyal to Highland council have crossed Connel bridge this morning, in the traditional yearly attempt to annex Oban from Argyll and Bute.

Troops entered the town before realising they had no weapons and surrendering inside Wetherspoons for the rest of the day.

Their  advance was reportedly slowed by  various  “otter-sized” potholes on the A828 and a short 4 hour stop laughing at the name “Benderloch”.

“Oban is the home of the Mòd, so of course we wanted to capture it or raze it to the ground” said council joint chief Hamish “the butcher” Campbell.

“Truly, she is a fine town. I would rename her New Dingwall and build four Tesco’s on the pier”.

Argyll and Bute have retaliated by refusing to annex Fort William.