An Irish MP is blaming fairies after a mysterious dip in a road surface recurred after repairs.
Danny Healy-Rae claimed the issues with the N22 were caused by "numerous fairy forts in the area" in an interview with the Irish Times.
He said "there was something in these places you shouldn't touch" and that the road passed by a place that was full of fairy magic and folklore.
Here's one of the forts, for reference:
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