Hundreds of Ukip members making their way to hotels in advance of the party's Autumn conference opening later this weekend were reportedly left "stranded" after they discovered there were too few taxi drivers to chauffeur the crowds.
The annual event honours a tale told in the Qu'rran, in which Abraham prepares to sacrifice his son to God before the Divine intervenes.
But many Muslim taxi drivers used the day to pray, and were excused from working to celebrate the holiday.
That left streams of confused Ukip conference-goers confused and befuddled, unable to make journeys from Doncaster rail station onwards.
The responses to his post on Twitter were... somewhat predictable.
But there were quite a few swift rebuttals too.
The news came in advance of Ukip's annual Autumn conference, which is set to run from Sunday until the following Wednesday.