Grandad Finds Some Very Strange Notices
Featured in the September 2015 handbook.
Whilst Grandad has been recuperating he has had a lot of time on his hands, so he has been spending a lot of time on the computer looking at all sorts of weird and wonderful things. As he was going through page after page he came across some very unusual signs and notices in countries all round the world, below are just some of the ones he found, they are in English, but not so you’d notice:
IN A TOKYO CAR RENTAL BROCHURE.
“When a passenger of foot heave in sight Tootle the horn, trumpet at him melodiously at first. But if he still obstacles your passage then
Tootle at him with vigour”.
IN A HOTEL IN NORWAY.
“Ladies Are requested not to have children in the bar area”
IN A RESTAURANT IN ITALY.
“Open 7 days a week, Week-Ends too”
IN A HOTEL IN BULGARIA.
“The flattening of underwear with pleasure is the job of the chambermaid”
IN A HOTEL IN BANGKOK.
“If you are discovering fire do your utmost to alarm the hotel porter”
IN A HOTEL IN TURKEY.
“For our English guests, every Sunday we are serving chopped cow that has been burnt”
IN A HOTEL IN MEXICO.
“It is forbidden to steal the towels, If you are not a person to do such a thing, do not read this paper”
IN A HOTEL LIFT IN KENYA.
“ To move the elevator cabin to up, push the button with arrow up and the number of wishing floor. To move the elevator cabin to down, push the button with the arrow not up and the number of wishing floor or the reception staff button”
IN A SHANGHAI METRO STATION.
“If you are stolen call the Police at once”
IN A MOROCAN HOTEL ROOM.
“FIRE, it is what can doing we hope, No Fear, Not ourselves. Say quickly to all people coming up, down everywhere a prayer. Always a clerk. He is assured of safety by expert men who are at the bar for telephone for the fighters of the fire come out”
AND FINALLY IN THE SAME HOTEL ROOM.
“Peoples will left the rooms at midday of tomorrow, in place of not which will be more money for whole day”