Hibernian supporters have been warned by the Swedish government not to depress locals when they travel to see their team play Malmo in the Europa League.
Officials are worried that Hibs fans may unintentionally make their hosts more unhappy in a country which already has the highest suicide rate in Europe.
Topics that are strictly forbidden include how long it’s last been since Hibs last won the Scottish Cup and any quotes from Colin Calderwood when he was their manager.
A spokesperson for the Easter Road club said: “We’re taking this really seriously as the last thing we want to do is jeopardise relations with a country full of beautiful women.
“We’re holding drop in sessions on the lead up to the gave so fans can be sure of how to behave themselves.
“We’ll also draw attention to the fact that they won’t be allowed to sing any slow Proclaimers songs. Only the fast and upbeat numbers will be allowed.”