The Scottish National Party (SNP) has unveiled its latest solution to combat obesity: an injectable weight loss wonder drug they’ve affectionately named “heroin.”

SNP spokesperson, Alistair McTavish, declared in a press conference, “We’ve scoured the globe for innovative approaches to address the obesity epidemic, and we’re thrilled to introduce ‘heroin’ to the Scottish people. It’s not just a drug; it’s a lifestyle choice.”

With catchy slogans like “Lose Pounds, Gain New Habits,” the SNP is promoting “heroin” as the ultimate solution to shedding excess weight. McTavish explained, “We’ve found that traditional weight loss methods like diet and exercise can be tedious and time-consuming. ‘Heroin’ offers a convenient and thrilling alternative.”

The SNP’s creative approach to weight loss has raised a few eyebrows, but McTavish is quick to reassure the public. “Rest assured, ‘heroin’ is a safe and effective way to lose weight. Plus, it has the added benefit of helping you forget about those pesky political debates. It’s a win-win.”

Health experts, however, have voiced concerns about the unconventional approach. Dr. Fiona Anderson, a leading nutritionist, commented, “While ‘heroin’ may lead to rapid weight loss, it’s important to remember that the side effects include addiction, legal troubles, and a one-way ticket to ‘Rehab City.'”

Despite the controversy, the SNP is forging ahead with its “heroin” initiative. McTavish concluded, “We believe in giving people choices when it comes to their health. And if you’re looking to shed a few pounds and embark on an exciting life adventure, ‘heroin’ might just be your ticket to the ultimate weight loss journey.”

As Scotland awaits the rollout of this unconventional weight loss strategy, the rest of the world can’t help but wonder: Is “heroin” the answer to obesity, or is this just another wild political experiment? Only time will tell.