Remember, remember the fifth of November, when people burn huge effigies of politicians.
Of course, that’s not how everyone celebrates Bonfire Night but thousands of people have descended on the town of Lewes in East Sussex to do just that.
Theresa May was a popular choice this year with a number of effigies created in her image.
One of them included her driving a Brexit bus off a cliff with Jacob Rees-Mogg perched on the back.
Other creations included Boris Johnson holding the prime minister’s bloodied severed head aloft over the crowds. How lovely.
The model shows the former foreign secretary’s stomach protruding from his shirt and a cat pawing at his leg appearing to have the face of Jacob Rees-Mogg.
There were boos, jeers and shouts of ‘burn him’ as the effigy of Mr Johnson was dragged through the streets in Lewes.
And just to add a nice touch, the attendants all dressed up as Boris, complete with blonde wigs and surfing shorts he has been pictured jogging in.
And another giant model appears to show the prime minister wearing a leopard print dress and shoes with a bag over her head with Number 10 as a sinking ship.
The Lewes Borough Bonfire Society also produced a tableau of a steam engine entitled the ‘Lewes Ghost Train’ in a sarcastic nod to the problems the town has faced with public transport provided by Southern Railway and its parent company Govia Thameslink.
The company came under fire from society spokesman Mick Symes for running a limited train service during the event.
The town was one of those along the south coast hit by major disruption during the long-running union dispute over working conditions and during the recent timetable overhaul.
The night’s events commemorate Guy Fawkes, who planned the failed 1605 Gunpowder Plot – an attempt to blow up The Houses of Parliament by a group of English Catholics.
Bonfire night celebrations often end with the burning of an effigy of a popular hate figure or a ‘guy’ representing Guy Fawkes.