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This Donegal woman has a unique way of keeping politicians from her door

Legend.

WITH THE ELECTION campaign in full swing – and politicians arguing about One Direction – it can be hard to get some peace and quiet.

And for a Derry man living in Donegal who has no vote it must be doubly annoying. So his daughter stuck up this helpful sign on the front door:

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The gas sign was uploaded to Twitter by 2FM’s Carl Mullan the week – and the Derry man in question is his uncle. It would be a brave politician that would give this doorbell a ring.

He must be some talker.

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Written by David Elkin and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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