A group of jokers says goodbye to UK

The group created a message for the Brits on a pond with an area of 18,000 square metres .

(Source: Radovan Stoklasa, TASR)

Jokers from Bytča have waved a symbolic goodbye to Great Britain. On the surface of the pond in Hrabové near Bytča they created a big Union flag with the word 'Goodbye' written in food colouring, the TASR newswire wrote .

“We live in a time, when we should be connecting and they are trying to tear everything apart. We think this is bad and this is our funny goodbye,” said organizer of the event Roman Grešák as quoted by TASR.

Firstly, they sketched the writing and the flag. Then they mixed food colouring with water and filled in their message using cans. They used 73 cubic metres of water.

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“We are a group of people who have been having fun in this way for years, even though in this case it has a sad tinge,” added Grešák, as quoted by TASR.

The story was also covered by dailymail.co.uk, mirror.co.uk or capitalbay.news.

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