There could be some messers around…
Wexford County Council were shocked to learn that an unofficial sign was erected near the Irish National Heritage Park.
The sign highlighted that the footpath would end in 40 metres, but above it, the sign stated ‘As Gaeilge 40m’ which means ‘In Irish 40m’.
The Wexford County Council have since removed the sign noting that it was not erected by any of the Wexford’s Council members.
The plot thickens as the public are now interested in finding the person who placed the mysterious sign there.
Some members of the public have seen the funny side of it too, highlighting how it acted as a form of much needed humour as they walked past it during the heights of the Coronavirus pandemic.
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