Danish City Puts Vikings on Its Crossing Signals

In a less civilized age, these signs might indicate when to go into a berserker rage. Now, they just tell pedestrians when to cross the street.

Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark, is celebrating its long history and association with Norse warriors and explorers. It is replacing signal images for 17 crosswalks with the icon of Viking warriors carrying axes and shields.

-via Instapundit | Photo: AP

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This is going to cause havoc for any English or French visitors who will see the Red Vikings and then try running away instead of stopping. However if all the Red light vikings are named Eric then that is an excellent pun.
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