The botched possessive in customers adds some spice, as well.
Are the customers meant to be kept on a leash, I wonder? I've known customers who might benefit from a leash.
And they still forgot the apostrophe on "our customer's" safety.
From one writer to another, this sign is wrong on so many levels. Perhaps it's time to start another blog on botched apostrophe usage.
Well obviously underlined "their" is a clear use of emphatic ambiguity. I use it every day.
maybe they meant the apostrophe "must be on a leash"... those apostrophe's can be killers...
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