Open-air preaching, also known as street preaching or public preaching, is one of the oldest acts of public communication. It’s a method historically and most commonly used to convey religious messages to large groups in open places that enable bigger crowds to gather than most buildings can hold.

But sometimes (OK, most of the time) people don’t like to hear what street preachers have to say and thus it creates an awkward situation to sort out how to politely tell them to please stop preaching and go away.

However, this Scot found a very creative way to solve the problem while also avoiding confrontation.

Good job!