THE NEW York Post has caused some annoyance online for its description of a junction at Rosslare Harbour in Co. Wexford.
The newspaper shared a video on its website on Monday of the junction, which was recorded in 2007.
The particularly chaotic stretch of road has four lanes of traffic going into the port, which is a popular terminus for people travelling between Britain and Ireland.
“Did a drunken Irishman design this road?” The New York Post wrote.
“One man told me that he’d go down most evenings during the summer, to observe the craic with the cars as they rushed to get onto the ferry,” Mr Fortune said of the video.
“I spent 3 hours recording this and once I stuck Valerio’s soundtrack underneath it that evening, I knew it was a winner.”
The headline has already had some negative responses on Twitter, with Jordan Erral saying; “Drunken Irishman? What decade is this? Did my casually racist granddad write this headline?”
“Couldn’t get away with that headline with regard to nearly every other ethnic group,” Jim O’Muirgheasa added.