People Will Take Pens To Polling Booths To Stop Their Votes Being Rubbed Out
You may have noticed there's a referendum on tomorrow, when voters in the UK will decide whether or not their country should leave the European Union.
Most people will go along to polling booths on Thursday and cast their vote with the traditional tiny pencil provided. But, for a small yet determined band of Leave voters, that is simply not good enough.
Around 46% of Leave voters think that tomorrow's vote could be rigged, according to a poll by YouGov, and some of those people seem to think that part of that conspiracy involves pencil votes being rubbed out.