incrediBILL - 12:54 am on Apr 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
I'm not surprised as when I traveled Europe they labeled steps and curbs as the white paint wasn't sufficient they still painted "MIND YOUR STEP" so people would know it's a step and when there was a gap between two platforms in train stations and such it said "MIND THE GAP" like we all couldn't see the gap except the blind guy who couldn't read "MIND THE GAP" in the first place because it wasn't in Braille.
Not to mention the signs informing people that apparently didn't have the skills a grade school kid possesses to "look both ways" before crossing a street to "LOOK LEFT" or "LOOK RIGHT" before stepping into a crosswalk.
MIND THE ADS! MIND THE LOCAL!