QUADPAP - A border sign marking the barrier between Førvania and Australia has been torn down within 20 minutes of being put up, ironically on the six-month anniversary of the founding of Førvania.
Emperor Nicholai I had printed out the border sign and attached it to a conveniently placed pole outside Quadpap, which is located in his high school. It almost immediately drew the attention of Australians, who began threatening to enter and tear down the sign. One of them placed their hand on the sign, and the Emperor had no other choice but to hold his arm and prevent him from tearing it. The bell began to ring, which signified that class was starting soon, and the Emperor left Quadpap. On his way there, he stopped to look back at the territory, and in the 30 seconds, it had been torn down.
Relations between the two countries may have intensified, but the Emperor has told authorities that he will not take the matter any further.