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Two thirds of Hungarians polled for their opinion of dole-scrounging immigrants from Piresa demanded "absolutely no asylum" for the parasitic newcomers, Ananova reports.

This came as a bit of a surprise to opinion research institute Tarki, which carried out the probe, since the country of Piresa is fictional. Tarki said: "We were surprised that two thirds of the interviewees demanded absolutely no asylum for Piresans, accused them of being spongers, and agreed they should be sent home immediately."

Hungary is, Ananova says, "repeatedly listed as one of the most xenophobic countries in the Europe". Ninety per cent of the locals "strictly rejected the idea of any further immigration in a recent poll", presumably concerned at the menacing tide of Piresans washing up on their shores. ®

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