What have the Ivory Coast ever done to deserve this?
On one of the biggest July 12 bonfires we’ve ever seen, someone has made a small flag error.
During the July 12 celebrations in Northern Ireland, bonfires play a huge part. Sometimes these enormous tyre and pallet constructions have a few Irish flags thrown on them before being lit but one Belfast bonfire has made a slight error.
The picture, taken by Barry McColgan, shows a few tricolours but they are Orange, White and Green, not Green, White and Orange, meaning that the nation of the Ivory Coast are the ones having their flag go up in flames not Ireland.
Didier Drogba will be raging...