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Warning sign reads: Don't drive off a cliff

3rd November 2010 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

A warning sign has been spotted offering some practical advice to drivers: Don't drive your car off a cliff.

The sign, which was sighted in Ireland's Dingle Peninsula, simply has a picture of a car flying headlong into the sea, and is just one of many that have been included in Travel+Leisure.com's new funny photo contest.

It asked its readers to submit photographs of miswritten, unusual, funny or downright absurd signs they had seen on their travels, and the results are hilarious.

One in Connecticut, US, stationed close to a lake, informs visitors that throwing rocks into it will cost them 50 cents (plus tax).

Another is a photo of wild, mountainous crags that look completely inaccessible, with a warning sign pointing out: "No Parking."

Outside a shop, one warning sign informs passersby that it is closed – due to "flying ants".

Another warning sign helpfully informs visitors at a zoo: "Do not approach alligators."

Take a look at the humorous signs here: http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/worlds-funniest-signs/1
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