This is one of the best viral Irish videos we've seen in a long time! 

"Red Van Man" has become an anonymous, legendary figure in Ireland after a now-viral video showed a local man driving a red van, giving out to another man attempting to dump an old mattress by the side of the road in the Irish countryside. 

Now just simply trending as #RedVanMan, he has unknowingly become responsible for one of the best Twitter trends, #SorryMeHole, after he berated the other man's poor attempt at an apology for being caught red-handed dumping illegally (known as fly-tipping) in the rural Irish area. 

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The video was first shared by Twitter account ReportAll, an account dedicated to reporting issues to your local Irish Council:

Today's Lesson:
When you try to dump a mattress in rural Ireland.
Make sure you don't get caught by the locals!#SorryMeHole#ImHandingThisToTheGuards

— ReportAll (@ReportAll) August 29, 2019

The video quickly took off as a result of Red Van Man's fantastic Irish take on the English language in retorting "Sorry Me Hole." 

His willingness to put a stop to the dumping has also been commended by many:

Spot on. Good man Red Van Man. Also, I adore how we use the English language. #SorryMeHole is so much better than #SorryNotSorry

— Colm O'Gorman (@Colmogorman) August 30, 2019

The fact that #SorryMeHole was trending was in itself a joy to behold. Then I saw why. Go Red Van Man & thank you Irish Twitter.

— Paul O'Kane (@pmokane) August 30, 2019

I just wanted to say it. So I am saying it #SorryMeHole

— Roisin Ingle (@roisiningle) August 30, 2019

This is just brilliant! No amount of creative brainstorming could come up with a better slogan to sum up the annoyance and disgust when you discover flytipping in the countryside. #SorryMeHole

— Irish Farmers' Assoc (@IFAmedia) August 30, 2019

I love Ireland. #SorryMeHole (also recycle responsibly, xoxo)

— Aoife Lawlor (@Aoife_Lawlor) August 30, 2019

Three cheers for Red Van Man! 

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