PRANKSTERS have returned to a busy Bournemouth route with more stickers on road safety warning signs.

The faces of motoring broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson and environmental activist Greta Thunberg have appeared on one of the council’s signs advising drivers to look out for cyclists.

Greta’s face, alongside a speech bubble saying “how dare you”, has been placed over the cyclist on the sign, while a grinning image of the former Top Gear host is in the car.

At the nearby Boundary Roundabout, similar signs see the faces of chef Ainsley Harriott and Steve Coogan, who portrays Alan Partridge.