FINALLY! A Traffic Sign that Makes Sense- A Startled Police Warning Sign

A good samaritan recently posted a common-sense street sign that could potentially save thousands of lives if distributed nationally.  The street signs warns of “Startled Police” ahead.  The sign was spotted at a neighborhood in Minneapolis and has probably already saved scores of lives before, sadly, the sign was taken down, probably by the same startled police.  In their natural habitat, trolling the streets for petty, finable violations of muh laws and orders, startled police naturally prefer not to be seen unless it is safely behind the glaring flash of sirens.
Whoever that brave person was that posted such a sign, we salute you.

from startribune.com

SPONSOR

If you like this content, be sure you click here and support iState's ability to deliver to you news for the iStater, the state of one.

Joe Morino brought an incredulous friend to see the orange street sign he just spotted in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis.

The official-looking metal sign read: “WARNING: TWIN CITIES POLICE EASILY STARTLED.” It featured a graphic silhouette of a police officer, a gun in each raised hand, shooting in both directions.

“There’s a side of truth to the sign,” Morino said after snapping a picture of it. “That tells you there is something wrong with the system.”

The sign, which was still up at 8 p.m. Sunday, was one of at least two seen in the Twin Cities Sunday.

A photo of the same sign, reportedly near the corner of Snelling and University avenues in St. Paul, circulated Sunday on social media. A Facebook post said that sign later was removed.

read more http://www.startribune.com/fake-street-signs-warn-of-easily-startled-police/436208463/

 

Fake street signs warn of ‘easily startled’ police in Twin Cities

At least two orange street signs reading “Warning: Twin Cities police easily startled” were seen in the Twin Cities Sunday.

Read original article

Facebook Comments
About Paul Gordon 1368 Articles

Paul Gordon is the publisher and editor of iState.TV. He has published and edited newspapers, poetry magazines and online weekly magazines.
He is the director of Social Cognito, an SEO/Web Marketing Company. You can reach Paul at pg@istate.tv

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*