Point A has officially filed for an injunction to indefinitely halt all transportation to Point B.
The generic location has long been suffering from relentless desertion to the other generic location, but this is the first time that legal action has been taken.
A spokesman for the Point A Planning Council read a statement, which says in part: ‘We have simply had enough of people constantly leaving Point A for Point B. It discourages investors from all industries, who instead go for the fast-growing Point B.
‘It should be the government’s responsibility to protect the well-being of the citizens of Point A by stalling what is doubtless partly foul play on the part of Point B.’
The Point B Planning Council refused to comment on the story.