The fact that a packet of crisps is now twice as big as it should be, environmentalists note, is due to this ever expanding EU directive. Cars, likewise must now fall in line.
The directive reads
"All cars must state the exact components, contents (whether transient or not) and physical structure of all items. Key examples will be provided and all manufacturers have 12 months to comply"
We studied the Fiat 500 supplied and over the paintwork you can clearly see "chassis: 100% EU steel, seats 90% polyester, trim 100% melamine, petrol 95 ROn, 9.5 gallons etc"
The BMW supplied was easier to read by far, it read "Wanker"