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Banners displaying grovelling apology to mystery ‘James’ hung from bridge over A52

  • Three bright blue signs have been hung over the A52 near Spondon, Derby
  • Banners accompanied by sad face emblazoned balloons have enthralled drivers
  • It is still not known who created the banners nor what she is apologising for 
  • **Do you know who is behind the banners? Email [email protected] or call 02036150522**

Mysterious banners suspended from a dual carriageway which grovel to an unknown man called ‘James’ have continued to enthrall motorists.

Over the last week, three bright blue signs which read ‘I’m sorry James’ coupled with a sad face drawing have been hung over the A52 near Spondon, Derby.

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The signs, which have been draped alongside sad face emblazoned balloons, have left drivers wondering who ‘James’ is, who the banner maker is and what she is apologising for.  

Mysterious banners suspended from a dual carriageway which grovel to an unknown man called 'James' have continued to enthrall motorists

 Mysterious banners suspended from a dual carriageway which grovel to an unknown man called ‘James’ have continued to enthrall motorists

Over the last week, three bright blue signs which read 'I'm sorry James' coupled with a sad face drawing have been hung over the A52 near Spondon, Derby

Over the last week, three bright blue signs which read ‘I’m sorry James’ coupled with a sad face drawing have been hung over the A52 near Spondon, Derby

Thousands of drivers will have seen the signs since they were first put up earlier this week, but the meaning behind the cryptic message is still not known.

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It is not the first time signs have appeared over the A52 and in the past people have put up posters related to Brexit and football.

And, elsewhere in the UK, Derby County fans were mocked with an M1 banner which called the Rams a ‘failure since 2007’ following the team’s play-off final defeat in May. 

The signs, which are also lined with sad face emblazoned balloons, have left drivers wondering who 'James' is, who the banner maker is and what she is apologising for

The signs, which are also lined with sad face emblazoned balloons, have left drivers wondering who ‘James’ is, who the banner maker is and what she is apologising for

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