Terry Jenkins of Manchester unwittingly made an enemy of most of Britain with his accurate, but unfortunate, summation of the Greek crisis when interviewed by the BBC this week.
"As far as I can see, Greece are the layabouts of Europe. They barely work, they don't pay tax, and then expect the richer nations like Germany to provide cash they don't even need, in order to sit around all day continuing not to work, earning more than their hard working neighbours. Bleedin' obvious if you ask me, I don't know why Germany don't kick up more of a fuss", enthused Terry, an unemployed benefits claimant and father of 5.
Terry, who has since been hounded out of this home after worried neighbours thought his analysis might inspire a "Government U-turn on benefits or something", is thought to have fled to Athens, as it is believed he will feel right at home.