No, for once we're not talking about the politicians.
Uganda students smuggle pigs into parliament: Youths and police guards arrested after protest against high unemployment and government corruption.
Two Ugandan students and police have been arrested after two painted pigs were smuggled past tight parliament security in a protest against political corruption and youth unemployment.
The pigs, painted yellow - the colour of the ruling National Resistance Movement - were smuggled by two university students for their protest in Kampala on Tuesday. The pigs also had slogans pinned to their ears condemning corruption.
The police responded by testing the pigs for 'terrorism related materials'. This time we hope they were talking about the politicians.