Talk about mixed messages! These hilariously confusing signs make customers scratch their heads
- These signs with bizarre words would undoubtedly confuse customers
- One restaurant had a very strict policy regarding money covered with & # 39; boob sweat & # 39;
- Another establishment had introduced a clear ban on food, drink and strangers
- Hilarious characters from all over the world were collected by ebaumsworld
A well-placed sign is an ideal way to attract new customers and promote your business, but misinterpretation can be disastrous.
In an attempt to be creative, some companies have sent a number of rather mixed messages, including one that banned foreigners.
Another advertised brunch all day, served between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m., while another announced a policy to sweat & # 39; sweaty & # 39; not accept coins.
Here, FEMAIL has chosen the 15 strangest characters from internet users around the world, collected by Ebaumsworld.
Site Ebaumsworld has collected a selection of the strangest characters in the world, including this Spanish store with a very clear policy regarding money worn in a bra
No extra terrestrial activities! A branch in Vietnam shared their strict policy of having aliens everywhere near their buildings
Not all day long? This restaurant is very honest about what they view all day, staring clearly that they close at 2 p.m.
Drink up! Although one establishment in America does not allow alcohol, they are extremely transparent about what to do with it
#DILF! Fathers who shop on British High Street and love fashion know exactly where they should be with this very obvious sign
A place with a clear aversion to cake was clear about what customers should eat while they were on their property, seen in a plate thought to be in America
Wi-not? Wine lovers do not have to be afraid of this American road, because they can clearly see where to go to buy a bottle
Fresh air please! Clients in China were very briefly warned that farting in a specific area would not be tolerated
This sign in Canada informs passers-by that they must use the push door due to an elk-based incident
This sign tells customers that they are only lucky enough to have a raccoon on their head if the animal chooses them
Children in a Disney theme park were warned before driving that crying would not be enough to close the whole thing for others
This city in Australia is still waiting for its big moment and is very honest about their lack of celebrity status
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