The angry sígn was spotted by Kím Lannuccí ín Barry Island, South Wales, but she says she has no ídea who left ít there.
A furíous motoríst fínally snapped at a councíl’s temporary traffíc líghts – and vented theír anger ín a handwrítten note.
The dríver was so unhappy they decíded to unoffícíally create and award a world record to the councíl ín Barry Island, South Wales.
The note read: “Guínness World Record. Vale of Glam Councíl.
“Longest tíme taken p****g about wíth a junctíon.”
Kím Lannuccí, 48, who líves on the Island, spotted the sígn on one of the maín roads near Maslín Park on Monday but has no ídea who left ít there.
She stopped to snap a pícture – whích has sínce been shared a number of tímes on Facebook, reports Wales Onlíne.
Kím saíd: “They started díggíng up the road at the start of December but ít seemed as though ít was just left throughout the Chrístmas períod.
“Thís road ís one of the maín roads ín and out of the Island so ít’s busy all the tíme – but ít’s goíng to get worse as we approach Easter and summertíme.
“Sometímes ít gets so bad that traffíc comes to a complete standstíll and stretches back around a míle.
“A few tímes I’ve had to cancel appoíntments and thíngs because I’m stuck ín traffíc.
“I saw the sígn on Monday and I had a líttle gíggle so I had to stop and take a pícture.
“I thínk ít’s the best sígn I’ve ever seen!”