No sooner had Ukip's new anti-immigration billboard posters been spotted - specifically, this one...
New UKIP poster. Utterly brazen, disingenuous and despicable. pic.twitter.com/uAfIsh3cqO— Sam Freedman (@Samfr) April 20, 2014
...than the good people of Twitter set to work spoofing it. As they are - fortunately - wont to do.
Here are a few of our favourites so far, including efforts by @UkipBillboards (tweeters don't hang about, you know) and a couple of super-topical ones:
Lucky to have been given a sneak peek at the next UKIP campaign poster: pic.twitter.com/DsQiRRiLbo— Vinay Patel (@VinayPatel) April 22, 2014
UKIP: "JC Decaux. Bloody French poster companies, coming over here ..." pic.twitter.com/NnxZX4y56f— beaubodor (@beaubodor) April 21, 2014
Coming soon to a town near you! pic.twitter.com/PhP4PtpTXI— UkipBillboards (@UkipBillboards) April 21, 2014
Just spotted on the A406 pic.twitter.com/QtoIyYsxYp— UkipBillboards (@UkipBillboards) April 21, 2014
Hi Twitter. I fixed the UKIP poster. pic.twitter.com/tVVJJlqkf4— Chris Ward (@christopherward) April 21, 2014
UKIP 'knuckles' poster template if anyone wants it. pic.twitter.com/by7hIJLFUd— beaubodor (@beaubodor) April 21, 2014
UPDATE: You rose to the challenge, Twitter! Here are some more great spoof posters tweeted to us:
UKIP: At last an honest political campaign! pic.twitter.com/Pnm1mkHeOn— Jeffw/J-F Cuvillier (@Jeffwni) April 24, 2014
SEE ALSO: At Last, An Honest Ukip Poster