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Is this the best use of those free DHL signs at the Ireland v France game?

Irish fans have some fun with free signs at the Rugby World Cup

Published 11/10/2015 | 21:07

The yellow DHL signs were everywhere during the Ireland - France game in the Rugby World Cup, but this is the best use of one we've seen.

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The signs, which allow fans to write whatever they want on them, are being handed out at the games, to fan's delight.

Best friends Claire Doyle and Doris Butler spotted the opportunity to have a bit of fun with the sign in Millenium Park in Cardiff.

Holding it up for all to see, Claire scribbled 'my friend is looking for a shift'.

Claire and Doris are over at the Rugby World Cup thanks to Irish cake company Brodericks. They are following the games and visiting UK landmarks in 'Cake Force One', the Broderick's brothers bright green van for the occasion.

We think it's the best use of the sign we've seen so far - if you've seen better, tweet us a pic @IndoSport with #IndoSubmit or email contact@independent.ie!

Mark Hughes sent in this attempt to oust the girls as DHL sign champions, writing
Mark Hughes sent in this attempt to oust the girls as DHL sign champions, writing "My DHL sign morning after the England game saying "Haha, we're still in the World Cup". What do you think, does he take the crown?

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