We posted the amusing signs we’d collected from South America to Australia, and predicted we’d have more to share. Here they are!
When we saw this, our minds immediately began to catalog the unfortunate possibilities of what people were doing other than drinking from the fountain, to warrant such a sign.
Criminals are so easy to spot, thank goodness (of course, it’s harder to know over the phone).
I think we’ve got it, but thanks!
Hong Kong has some oddly specific signs. We wouldn’t have thought of sand drawing, but now that they’ve mentioned it, it does sound fun.
The sign below looked like an inkjet print on plain white paper; it had been inserted into a plastic sleeve, and taped to a sign in front of the view it pictured.
The list of things you couldn’t do was fairly extensive in Hong Kong. We suspect the signs are for visitors, as the locals seemed above such behavior.
Exactly who is happy on Woman’s day, in Dalat, Vietnam?
Ok, this is more an advertisement, but still. Wrong. So very, very wrong.
Lots of modesty-related signage.
Apparently there is some stock sign iconography; the profile above and below are identical above the neck.
Then there were the breed-specific prohibitions.
No child abductions?
Beware the half-pipe?