April Fools: would you have fallen for it?

Ballyhooly farmer Ned Duggan, who appeared in the Italian weekly magazine, Agri Mundo, pictured with Italian businessman Signor Giuseppe D'Agostino, director of Uranap Rilfool Ltd.

This week we take a look back at some of our most popular April Fool’s Day pranks over the years.

Do you remember the spaghetti farmer in Ballyhooly? Or the Town Clock in Fermoy that the ‘spectoclock’ – a pair of specially designed spectacles which at all times will ensure accuracy – or even Ostrich farming at Kilworth Ranges …

See our 2-page special in this week’s Print & Digital Edition