[Image ID: Two images designed to create a humorous juxtaposition. The first is a screenshot from a Guardian article - link here - referring to a spate of wild boars forcing picnics in Rome to come to an end. There is a photo of wild boar running amuck and making mischief in Roman streets, and the text is as follows:
"Picnics banned in Rome in effort to combat wild boar incursions"
"City acts to contain wild boar population after African swine fever detected in body of dead animal"
"Wild boar foraging for food in Rome in September. About 23,000 of the animals in and around the city, according to the farmers’ association Colidretti. Photograph: Remo Casilli/Reuters"
The second image is a panel taken from the popular French comic "Asterix the Gaul" by Ren Goscinny and Albert Uderzo. The character Obelix, a fat man with red pigtails and mustache, a small horned helmet, and large breeches with vertical white and blue stripes, is confidently holding back his friend Asterix, a small man with a blonde mustache and hair, wearing a winged helmet, black shirt, red tights and a sword. Their dog, Dogmatix, trots curiously by.
Obelix says "Leave this to me", while Asterix, lost for words, merely says "?".
The juxtaposition refers to the fact that both Gauls, Obelix in particular, are fond of hunting and eating wild boar as well as beating up Roman soldiers. This is thus a unique opportunity for Obelix.]