British tabloid The Sun reports U.S. Secret Service agents will pose as farmers Monday and Tuesday at the G-8 summit in Northern Ireland.

According to the paper, President Barack Obama's protectors bought a fleet of tractors to use during the two-day effort.

But the Northern Ireland residents say they won't be fooled.

“They reckon the vehicles will let them patrol the fields around the hotel unnoticed — but they’ll stick out like sore thumbs," one local told The Sun.

More than 200 agents will travel overseas, where they have special diplomatic immunity to shoot anyone considered a threat to Obama.

The president will also reportedly travel in a bomb-proof vehicle nicknamed "The Beast," which features 8-inch-thick armor plating on its doors and puncture-resistant tires.

Michael Smith is an intern in the news section of A 2013 graduate of the University of Utah, he will be attending Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism in the fall.