The PSNI couldn't resist taunting Wales after their defeat to Ireland in Dublin on Saturday.
While it may not have been as comfortable as the 10-point margin of victory suggests, Ireland made it three wins out of three in the competition.
Coupled with England’s defeat to Scotland, Ireland are now five points clear and stand a great chance of making it three titles in five years.
Ireland captain Rory Best is from Craigavon, and the region’s PSNI officers couldn’t resist a swipe at Wales under the guise of a joint investigation with gardaí.
Taking to Facebook, they posted: “Our Garda colleagues in Dublin are appealing for witnesses in an animal cruelty incident that took place at the Aviva stadium earlier today.
“Early reports indicate a dragon was slayed by 15 lads in green, led by Craigavon-born Rory Best.
“Anyone who witnesses this onslaught is asked… to travel home safely, not go near the car keys if you're drinking, and raise an extra one for Scotland tonight too!
“Here be dragons? Nah mate.”
The PSNI in Craigavon weren’t the only ones having a joke at Wales’ expense, with their Garda colleagues also getting in on the action…
Great win for Ireland! Follow the directions of stewards and Gardai as you depart the stadium. Be nice, Wales might be feeling a bit 'SHEEPISH' after that result! #ShoulderToShoulder pic.twitter.com/uXkbsC1D77
— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) 24 February 2018
And of course the usual suspects had to put the boot in as well…
That's the best Ireland v Wales clash since this one. pic.twitter.com/l8xOZq1KDt
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) 24 February 2018
Let's just hope we don't slip up against Scotland now…