Police have launched an investigation after "No Jihadists" road signs were put up around towns in south western France.
With tensions high following Friday's terror attack that left four dead, motorists around south western France were met with an unusual set of signposts over the weekend.
Fake road signs with the French word for jihadists in capital letters and crossed out with a red line (see tweet below) were put up next to signs showing the entrance to French towns.
Seven such signs were erected at various entry points around the city of Toulouse.
Road authorities were quick to remove the signs before handing them over to police.