Picture this: you're walking along a beach in Wales when you spot a washed up bottle in the sand along the shoreline.
Curious, you wonder over for a closer look and spot there is a letter inside. Your heart races as you pry the letter free - could this be an SOS, or perhaps a love letter from across the Atlantic?
You unravel the letter and quickly scan the message, which reads: "Hello stranger! If you're here on holiday then go home, that's right p**s off we don't want you here, annoying English people. Fat b*****ds. P**s off.
"But if you're a fellow sheep sh***er then hello sexy. And if you're a fish then hello fishy."
At this point, I'm not sure what you do... probably just sit down on the beach and stare out at the sea, thinking about the futility of life.
The message in question was recently discovered on Pwllheli beach, in the Llyn Peninsula in the northwest of the country, according to The Daily Post.
Who wrote it - and why - remains a mystery, though probably not the kind of mystery people are gonna spend a lot of time trying to solve.
The letter has made its way onto social media, where people have been sharing their thoughts on the bizarre missive.
One person wrote: "I'm English and lived for a number of years in North Wales and never ever experienced hostility. The people were lovely."
Another said: "It's over tourism and holiday lets amongst local housing causing the aggression, visitors filling bins and not recycling.
"Blocking streets with large cars and generally ruining the town's. And don't say we need their money, 90 percent of the locals pay massive council tax to support tourism and get nothing back."
While a third added: "As an Englishman who has lived in beautiful North Wales for the last few years, I find this rather funny if a tad puerile."
But if you think this letter is a tad rude, it's got nothing on one discovered in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, a few years back.
Speaking to LADbible, Jude Skilton said: "I was walking my dog on the beach along the tide line yesterday evening and I was looking at all the seaweed and bits washed up. I saw the usual stuff like cuttlefish, bits of wood etc and I noticed the bottle.
"As I got closer, I could see a cork in the top and some rolled up paper inside, so I picked it up and took a photo of it and posted it on Facebook to show my friends. I said I'd share the message once I'd got home and dried out the paper which was wet.
"I got home and didn't have the patience to dry the paper so I carefully unrolled the paper expecting to see a cute message from a child or something.
"I got a few lines in and realised that it was not as innocent as I'd expected."
You can read the filthy letter here.
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