Residents In Uproar After Their Street Is Named After The Most Controversial Character In 'Game Of Thrones'

Fair enough, tbh

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In theory, living somewhere where all the streets are named after Game of Thrones characters is a dream of childlike joy.

Popping out for some milk? Oh, don't mind if I stroll down Snow Street. Meeting your mate for a quick bevvy? See you on Greyjoy Grove, brother.

Every day would be a reminder of the world of Westeros, transforming the mundane into the magical, right?

WRONG according to the residents of an Australian housing development who have objected to one of the proposed street names which take inspiration from George R.R Martin's world. See: Stannis Street, Baelish Drive and Tywin Street.

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The residents of Charlemont Rise housing estate in Geelong however were not impressed at the inclusion of Lannaster Road, due its association with Cersei's incestuous relationship with her sibling Jamie.

Fair enough tbh, don't want to be plodding down your road every morning and be reminded that somewhere out there in foreign (pretend) land, a Queen is shagging her brother.

Project manager Gary Smith told the Geelong Advertiser (with a fair amount of disdain), "They objected to that fact that it had a reference to incest...it's a fictional series."

He also pointed out that he'd changed the spelling of the road from Lannister to Lannaster to make it "not as obvious."

Yeah, not exactly cracking the enigma code is it, Gary.

The road has been renamed Precinct Road. Another victory for those PC incest neigh-sayers, eh?