The Raglan Road pub in Nottingham had a queue yesterday to use its popular urinal, which features a larger-than-life representation of US President elect, the outlandish Donald Trump.
The Irish-themed pub had the special backing sporting Trump’s mug put on its trough in September, with the manager citing stern disagreement with The Don’s point(s) of view, proclaiming the northern England city’s place as a multicultural city.
Following the jaw-dropping US election on 8 November, swimming teacher Richard Bonnett lined up outside the Raglan armed with consumption of a purpose-bought bottle of water for the occasion of the pub’s first opening time after the result.
Bonnett told the Mirror UK he thinks the urinal is “fantastic”.
“It is an effective way to slash out – pun intended. I have come down especially for this,” he proclaimed.
The pub is expecting a flood of visitors to grace its amenity.
Meanwhile, Scottish newspaper The Ellon Times took the piss in its own fashion, trumpeting the headline: Aberdeenshire business owner wins presidential election.
“Donald Trump, owner of Trump International Golf Links at Balmedie, has been elected as the next President of the USA.” <end>