Funny Signs and Sights

A sign on the side of La Bodeguita, the bar just outside of Marina Pescaderia in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. If they catch you peeing on their building, they will cut off your … huevos.
Seen in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Think you recycle a lot? You can’t hold a candle to this guy with his mountain of aluminum cans!
An intersection in Ponce, Puerto Rico. I can think of no better way to sum up the sometimes profound divide between “the letter of the law” and “the spirit of the law.”
This sign is seen just about every 50 feet along entire western coast of Puerto Rico. Why do I think it’s funny? First of all, look at the guy running; he looks like he should have jet pack boots or a cape or something. Second of all, this sign is EVERYWHERE. I don’t understand where you are supposed to run. You’re never out of the zona de peligro.
This sign was on a restaurant’s front door in Culebra, Puerto Rico. I love how passive aggressive it is. Check the boldly drawn 12, the double underlines, the examples of times that are not 12.
Sign in Budget Marine in Jolly Harbour, Antigua. Spelling aside, I think the point is delivered succinctly and with no room for confusion. Should I open the package? Um, no. (The irony is that the ladies that work there couldn’t be nicer. But ignore that.)