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Public can vote for favourite Sing Of The Times

3rd November 2009 | Warning Signs

People can vote for their favourite silly signs in a Times competition.

The newspaper has picked the finalists in the contest, with the public now able to email in support of their favourite sign, many of which are confusing or warn against odd things.

Of the 50 finalists, picked from over 200 entries, one warning sign in Grampian's National Park in Victoria, Australia says "Stop, Hammer Time", after the famed MC Hammer song.

Another entry from Malaga in Spain warns against bears travelling on a tram, while a safety sign cautions against the sign protruding out of the wall.

A sand warning sign placed in the middle of the Namibian desert has also reached the final.

The public have until November 16th to vote for their favourite, with the five most popular entries making it into the Weird World: The Strangest Stories and Oddest Images from Around the World book.

Last year's winner of the Signs Of The Times competition, with 140 votes out of almost 800, has a warning for dog walkers to pick up after their pets and a notice for dogs, stating "Grrr, bark, woof-woof. Good dog".ADNFCR-2754-ID-19440510-ADNFCR


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