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Like in much of Scandinavia, it has snowed in the Swedish town of Uddevalla lately - and the municipality has had to deploy snow ploughs to clear the roads of snow.

However, the Swedes tend to do things a little differently, and they just keep on adding stuff to the big book of jokes that the Norwegians and the Danes are currently writing.

Because when there are street lights, they usually shine on the road - not beside it.

Joakim, who posted the photo, wrote the following text along with it: "Will they come back and do the road another day perhaps?"

The Swedish blunder now goes viral and has been shared numerous times on Facebook and social media, giving people world wide a chance to see "Swedes at work" and laugh their lungs up.

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