The Berlin D2 pub advertised the new rules in their window as the UK officially left the European Union last night.
A Dublin bar has cheeky new rules for Brits after BrexitCredit: Berlin D2
Sharing a snap ahead of the 11pm exit, the boozer said: “All Brits must be accompanied by a European after 11pm.
“Except Scots, they’re sound.”
And the Irish bar isn’t the only place feeling the love for Scotland after the EU exit.
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We told earlier how the European Union itself “left a light on for Scotland” with a huge projection on a Brussels building ahead of the UK’s exit.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted a pic of the display on social media as Europe sympathised with Scots for the unwanted departure.
The message was projected onto the European Commission building in the Belgian capital.
Europe paid tribute to Scotland as Brexit looms
Devastated Scots gathered in Buchanan Street to mourn the EU exitCredit: Scottish Sun
But many Brexit lovers celebrated in Glasgow’s George SquareCredit: PA:Press Association
The Duke of Wellington’s iconic cone hat was given an EU makeoverCredit: AFP
SNP chief Ms Sturgeon tweeted: “The EU Commission building in Brussels tonight (and if you look carefully you’ll see that they do appear to have left a light on for us!)”.
The EU appeared to heed the plea given by Nats MEP Aileen McLeodearlier this week.
She appealed to her European colleagues as Brussels debated the UK’s exit.
It came as hundreds of anti-Brexit protesters sang Auld Lang Syne outside Holyrood.
Scots waved flags and banners at the pro-Europe rally.
And speeches were given at the event by SNP politicians including Mike Russell and Joanna Cherry.
Last night Brussels said goodbye to Britain by lighting up its main square in Union Jack colours.
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