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    Ukrainian roads company removes signs to confuse Russians

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    “The enemy has poor communications, they cannot navigate the terrain,” it said in a Facebook post. “Let us help them get straight to hell.”

    A Ukrainian road sign company vowed to help get Russian soldiers “straight to hell” by removing directions used by the invading forces to find their way around the country.

    Ukravtodor, which is in charge of building and maintaining roads, said it was removing road signs and would be replacing them with messages reading “go f**k yourself back in Russia” as troops attack several cities across the country.

    “The enemy has poor communications, they cannot navigate the terrain,” it said in a Facebook post. “Let us help them get straight to hell.”

    The company posted an edited photo of a standard road sign in which directions to nearby cities have been replaced with profanities that could be translated as “Go f**k yourself”, “Go f**k yourself again” and “Go f**k yourself back in Russia”.


    This is some of the new signs they putting up:


    Ukravtodor (direct translation): While our brave warriors and fearless citizens repel the enemy, road workers update the Rules of the Road👷‍♂️

    ⛔ In front of you is a new road sign “Occupiers are not allowed to move.” The sign indicates to the enemy: “Immediately surrender, or meet death.” As of today, the sign extends to roads of all forms of ownership in Ukraine and the union states.


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