Award-winning popstar Robbie Williams has been defacing road signs since the turn of the year as part of an Instagram activity he's dubbed the 'Comment Section Cup'.
In it, he squares off classic 80's tunes against each other to decide on an imaginary world peace anthem, all voted for by his social media followers. To liven up the rounds, former Take That band member Williams then attaches silly clips of himself out on the streets orchestrating rude sentences across signage.
The first of which spelled 'Anal maps left turn', before the Bel Air Country Club for golfers took a pretty wild hit too.
"The Comment Section Cup *Tm as an organisation would like it known that we have nothing against The Bel Air Country Club. It's just that our chairman/president is bored," he promised in the caption.
Skip to Friday (2 February) and the 'Millennium' singer targeted a resident permit holder's parking bay.
Dressed in an ocean-coloured gilet and snapback cap, Williams was videoed covering the 'rmit' in permit with a sticky pink label with 'nis' handwritten on it - creating the notice: resident penis holders only.
Halfway through the prank, a blurred-out woman disrupted his flow as the star said "it's alright, go past". She kindly told him to "have a good day".
Two amused Instagram users commented: "That lady now thinks f*** I thought it was him but I wasn't sure as I was thinking why would Robbie Williams be sticking something on a road sign" and "I wonder if that woman got home/to work and said 'I'm sure I've just seen Robbie Williams defacing a parking sign'".
With just two rounds left in the Comment Section Cup, what will he come up with next?
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