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12 of the most confusing things spotted on Ireland's roads

How bizarre, how bizarre.

THE POOR AA roadwatch just can’t avoid some things. After the minion debacle of yesterday, we look back on some of the other traffic stoppers around the country.

1. A camel

A camel was spotted roaming around Tallaght last year and everyone was all WTF until we realised there was a circus in the area. Well that solves it… now to deal with the stray camel.

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2. This swan in Galway

Not so much that it’s a swan, but that it’s blocking the road like it owns the place. Absolute scenes.

3. This one on the Samuel Beckett Bridge

Source: DailyEdge.ie/YouTube

4. These lads on O’Connell Street

They ARE traffic cones, in fairness.

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5. This bizarre dummy in Nutgrove

No dummy, we do not want your wares.

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6. Oh, just a toilet on the Douglas roundabout in Cork

7. This lad dancing on the Naas Road junction

Source: Broadsheet Ie/YouTube

8. This innovative way to shield from the drizzle

At least he didn’t forget the milk.

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9. This teddy, just getting a casual lift

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10. This genius

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11. This odd but factual road sign

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12. And finally, this reg plate

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