A photograph of a sign at a railway station in Northern Ireland has gone viral after it was shared on social media.
The image of a sign designed to tackle anti-social behaviour was taken in Ballymoney Railway Station and posted on Twitter by passenger, Sarah Laverty, on Sunday.
"Can we please take a moment to appreciate Ballymoney railway station’s visual representation of anti social behaviour?," wrote Sarah on Twitter.
The Tweet was liked by more than 3,600 people and was retweeted almost 800 times.
The image appears to show four examples of behaviour which the sign has deemed to be anti-social.
The four examples include a hoody wearing youth; an individual dancing like David Brent in 'The Office'; a male and female rowing and an individual using a megaphone.
People clearly saw the funny side to Sarah's Tweet and posted their own lighthearted replies.
"Ain’t no party like a Ballymoney anti-social behaviour party. As the saying goes," said one man from Sheffield in England.
"Looks exactly like my gaff every evening around tea-time," said a man called Fergal from Limerick.
"Needs to go up in House of Commons," joked one woman.
The Tweet was so far reaching that people living in countries as far away as South Africa posted similar images of public safety signs.
"Nice try but, with some pride, I raise you the South Africa Railways' definition of dangerous weapons," said one man.
The image shows images of machine guns, tomahawks, spears and machetes; all of which are not allowed on trains.