Governments across the World are descending on Port Talbot to understand what the aftermath of a nuclear bomb would have on an area.

The visits have taken place as tensions mount between two creepy little fat men with probable penis insecurities in America and North Korea.

Head of Tourism for Port Talbot Pete Bowen said: "This wasn't really our strategy this summer, but then we've never really had one anyway so we'll take what we can.

"I walked into Blanco's the other day and there were diplomats everywhere. I was talking to a chap called Paolo who was either the Prime Minister of Italy or he worked in Cafe Remo's, it was hard to understand him because he sounded like Brexit.

"Either way I pointed him to the Costa we have here, which kind of sounds Italian, so he could could have a taste of home."

Trump's Security Advisor Keith Kellogg added: "You know what? It's not that bad.

"Station Road isn't Rodeo Drive, I'll give you that, but there's a Wetherspoon. The women are, I don't know, willing? Everything the President loves."

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said: "The plan was to scare the Americans and North Koreans off, but we've just come back from Margam Castle and everyone's fallen in love with the place.

"There's already talk of a Russian coup of Aberavon Beach and ISIS have called dibs on Wilko.

"We should've gone to Merthyr."

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