Drivers on a road in North Wales have been left confused by contradictory speed limit signs depending on which direction they travel.
The sign on the right side of the road said it was a 20mph area while the one on the left was marked 30mph.
Visitors to Llannor, on the Llŷn Peninsula in the county of Gwynedd, were greeted by the differing signs upon entering the village.
The local council could not confirm the cause of the discrepancy but said the signs had now been rectified.
Several people shared their confusion on social media.
One said he “had to do a double take when [he] spotted it”.
Another commented: “You’ll have to change the village’s name to ‘ThirtyNoMore’ instead of Llannor”.
A spokesperson for Gwynedd Council said: “We can confirm the signs have now been rectified.”
The default speed limit for built-up areas in Wales will decrease from 30mph to 20mph next month.
The Welsh government recently confirmed the fire service had been drafted in to help make people aware of the change which comes into effect on 17 September.
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Lowering the speed limit has been criticised by the Senedd’s largest opposition party, the Welsh Conservatives.
Shadow transport minister, Natasha Asghar, said it was a “foolish policy”.
The Welsh government’s climate change minister, Julie James, has previously said the policy would make streets and communities “safer”.