Commuter Dave Askwith tried to brighten up his daily journey by putting up official-looking signs providing spoof instructions, warnings and information. He subsequently branched out into road, warning and council signs around Britain’s trains, shops and hotels. ’Some lasted several weeks before being pinched, or taken down by disgruntled staff’, ...

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