Bit of a random and off-the-wall post this and Im not sure which forum I should place it in, but as it might amuse a few of you I thought what the hell Ill put it here. Ive just returned from a trip to Poland and was mildly amused, bemused and flattered to see an almost exact likeness of the prestigious Rifles regimental bugles badge, proudly stamped on literally every single private letter-box, post-box and official post-office building. The first time I clocked it was on some blokes gate-mail-box and I found myself staring at it and wondering if some ex-pat with an LI/RGJ/Rifles background lived there and had decided to forge himself a nice little regimental tribute. But when I saw it on numerous other houses and noticed the crown was missing I knew that couldnt be the case. Anyway I asked my Polish pal and he told me that the bugle badge is the national symbol of mail delivery in Poland, as in the old days the postman would blow his horn as he dropped off his mail in the neighbourhood. The funny thing is it really does look like the Rifles cap-badge and the official post office version even has a cool looking recce-flash bolting through it! Ive posted a few pictures below so you can check it out for yourself. Apologies if this slightly weird posting is in the wrong forum but these ever-present bugle symbols - in Poland of all places - really made this ex-Rifleman smile.