Donald Trump's portrait has taken pride of place at an Irish bar - in its urinal.
The Adelphi bar in Dublin claimed the Republican presidential hopeful preached hate in his often colourful statements.
Indeed, the billionaire tycoon's political chatter plays a big part in debates across many of Dublin's pubs, according to Adelphi manager Tony McCabe.
As a result, Mr McCabe has decided to place Trump's portrait "where it mattered".
However, the portrait will be taken down if Trump is elected US President in November, Mr McCabe warned.
Trump was officially nominated as the Republican party's candidate for the Oval Office last week.