I got this link from the friendly people at SkyscraperCity.com who also have a discussion board to track the use of Beirut as an adjective. Here’ s one from Ireland:

The new link road from the M9 motorway to Athy, now called the new N78, was heavily criticised at Kildare County Council’s Athy Area meeting this week.
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According to local councillors, the road is, however, far from finished. They cited 30 foot sand and land bunds; “unfinished” exits to the Gateway Business Park and the proposed Southern Distributor Route; no climbing lanes; safety concerns at junctions and no right-turning lanes, as serious concerns.
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Cllr [Mark] Wall said it was an “unbelievable situation”.
“What is finished resembles something out of Beirut; tarmac unfinished, footpaths not connected, trucks can’t get into the business park unless the driver does an unbelievable u-turn,” he said, adding that, he felt, the works should have been finished to a higher standard.

Here’s a photo of the road I was able to find; couldn’t find any photos of what the hell they’re talking about:

The N78 north of Newtown, County Laois

The N78 north of Newtown, County Laois

Nevertheless, I will be sending Cllr Mark Wall a Looks Like Beirut certificate.