Polish Prince Challenges Nigel Farage To A Duel, World Waits With Bated Breath

Well, here's one to file under 'This General Election Just Got A WHOLE LOT More Interesting'...

Step forward, Prince Janek Żyliński. For you may just be our new hero.

His father, in fact, was a bona fide hero. He was Prince Andrzej Żyliński, who led a cavalry charge against the Germans in 1939, saving 6,000 Jews in the process.

"Now what I have to do is stand up in defence of people in this country, in the UK," explains Janek Żyliński, who lives in Ealing, West London. "I've had enough of the discrimination against Polish people in this country."

And that means standing up to Nigel Farage.

"Enough is enough, Mr Farage," says Żyliński. "I would like us to meet in Hyde Park one morning, with our swords, and resolve this matter in the way that an 18th century Polish aristocrat and an English gentleman would traditionally do. Are you up for it, Mr Farage?"

Well, if you're not up for it, Nigel - you may not own a sword, after all - then fear not. Because Prince Janek Żyliński is also quite happy to simply debate you in a TV studio.

A duel of swords - or a duel of words? We can't wait to find out what happens next!