Icy supermarket chain, Iceland, have donated all their spare food freezers to environmentalists, who plan to install them at the North and South pole with their lids open in order to help keep the ice frozen.
"The freezer is a revolution in the way we think about solving global warming," said Iceland manager, Steve Pippins. "Ever since one of our customers said, 'brrrrr' in the Iceland store I was working in, I've had this niggling idea in the back of my mind. I decided to investigate further and stuck my hand in amongst the frozen Quorn burgers, and I too went, 'brrrrrr'. I knew I was on to something big and rang my science friend."
The two of them quickly acted to resolve the drowning polar bear issues that have worried the world in recent times, and proved their theory by shattering a plastic devil, that they had frozen in a freezer, with a hammer. "That was the real break through," claims Steve.
The project is currently on hold as they desperately try to get enough socket adapters to plug all the freezers in - the poles are surprisingly unconnected. "While we wait for this, we've been out with a vacuum pump in people's gardens to try and absorb some of the greenhouse gases that my science friend advises are a major cause of global warming, and to warn people of the dangers of feeding their greenhouse fertilisers."