Eagled-eyed shoppers out in Manchester city centre might have spotted this street pedlar selling toilet paper with a familiar face on it.
Rob Chandler has been selling his Donald Trump loo roll, an 'unofficial impeachment souvenir', on Market Street this week - but he has a serious message behind his campaign.
The 31-year-old, who goes by the name Chan-Dog, spends his days touring across the country spreading 'positive vibes' and awareness of mental health - and selling the novelty gifts as he goes.
And this week, as Trump became the third ever US president to be impeached, he came to Manchester.
"I believe Donald Trump represents hate and division," he told the MEN. "He's the most powerful man in the world, so now he's toilet paper."
After arriving in the city centre yesterday, Chan-Dog says he managed to shift almost his whole shopping trolley full of Trump loo roll - and will be back out there today.
Chan-Dog has been up and down the UK in his 'vibe van' promoting his mental health campaign, which is partly funded by the money he makes from his toilet roll sales.
After suffering a mental breakdown while working in corporate finance at the age of 26, Chan-Dog got his life back on track and decided he wanted to make a difference to other people's lives by sharing his story.
He started out by handing out leaflets and campaigning while working as a delivery boy for companies like Deliveroo.
Since May last year, he spends much of his time out on the road travelling to different places to spread his message, which he says he does "through music and humour".
He says his decorated van can sometimes draw quite a crowd as he blasts out party tunes to encourage people to dance with him in the streets.
The toilet rolls became part of his calling after he met his friend Tim Baker, who came up with the idea.
When he's peddling his wares he takes time to talk to his customers about his wider mission and says they "always leave with a smile on their face".
Chan-Dog has a traders certificate which allows him to sell his Trump paper on any street in cities and towns where the Pedlars Act allows it.
You can find out more about his mental health campaign on his website here.