Road sign in Norway encourages pedestrians to do silly walk across street

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They have a great sense of humor in the small town of Orje, Norway. This town near the Swedish border has a population of less than 2000 people. At one crosswalk there is a sign that encourages people to do a silly walk across the street (like the concept in Monty Python and the Ministry of Silly walks!). People think of hilarious ways to make their way across the street. People in town seem to love it and even though its supposedly goes against the Road Traffic Act, the Mayor of Orje loves the concept as well and approves. Wish we had something like this in every small town where everyone can stop for a few seconds and have a little chuckle. This video will certainly give you a laugh.

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