The three islanders who voted for Argentine rule of The Falklands in yesterday's referendum have been tracked down and unmasked.
From the haven of Port Stanley prison they have given very different reasons for their choice.
Bachelor farmer Des Barnes, 49, was hoping for a fresh intake of "dusky hot-blooded latino maidens" on the island, as "my chances of meeting a decent bit of scrannet over here is zero and I'm getting bloody frustrated. Besides, my ewes are getting pretty bolshy nowadays."
Portly civil servant Charles Champion, 58, an avid gourmet, said he made his decision because he's "fed up of a diet of horse and mutton," and hankers to eat "real top-quality prime Argentinian beef."
The third dissenter, Darren Larrikin 19, said 'I was pissed when I voted and did it for a laugh."
All three are expected to remain in detention, for their own safety, for at least ten years.