Eight of the world's most powerful men and women have arrived in Northern Ireland ahead of next week's G8 summit in Co Fermanagh - albeit just their large headed doppelgangers.
While the very real political heavyweights aren't due to touch down on local soil until next week, their unmistakable comedic likenesses landed in Northern Ireland to raise awareness of global hunger.
After taking a whistle-stop tour of the city they tried their best to thumb a lift on to Fermanagh in time for a crafty pint before next week's proceedings kick off.
Oxfam, along with 80 other organisations, has joined together as part of the IF campaign to "make sure everyone has enough food to live".
The organisation is demanding the world leaders take immediate action.
Meanwhile, activists from Unite, Britain's biggest union, and NIPSA, which represents thousands of public sector workers in Northern Ireland, said measures had been put in place to prevent demonstrations in Belfast and Fermanagh being hijacked by troublemakers.
Thousands are due to descend on Belfast on Saturday to protest against the upcoming summit.