A Sydney library has gained international attention after re-categorising all books on disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong as fiction.
Manly Library in the city's north notified members of the change after Armstrong admitted to using performance enhancing drugs in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last week.
"All non-fiction Lance Armstrong titles, including Lance Armstrong: Images Of A Champion, The Lance Armstrong Performance Program and Lance Armstrong: World's Greatest Champion, will soon be moved to the fiction section," a sign in the library reads.
The sign was picked up by international media including The Daily Mail and USA Today after Twitter user @Dane_Murray posted a photo of it online.
"Hell hath no fury like a librarian; Manly Library takes swift action against #LanceArmstrong," the person tweeted.
After years of denying claims of drug use, 41-year-old Armstrong told Winfrey last week he had used banned substances in all seven of his Tour de France wins.
Author: Fiona Willan, Approving editor: Mark Worley