Europe is reeling after swathes of non-voters caused an earthquake in this year's European parliamentary elections.
Non-voters topped the polls with an average of 57% across Europe. They scored particularly stunning victories in Slovenia (79% non-voters) Czech Republic (81%) and Slovakia (a whopping 87%). In the UK, non-voters also wiped the board with 66%.
"The people have spoken loud and clear," said the non-voters leader, Russell Brand. "And they have said: absolutely nothing."