Spotted this on Facebook the other day it dates back to late last year but is still very funny

Cheshire West And Chester Council are on the hunt for pranksters behind these funny park bench plaques

Nicole Morley for Saturday 17 Oct 2015 4:49 pm

Cheshire West And Chester Council have removed a series of comedy plaques put on street benches. Council officials have removed a series of comedy plaques put on street benches.Although the little signs were created to bring a smile to shopper’s faces, the council aren’t amused.The plaques were put up in protest to ​Cheshire West And Chester Council’s plans to introduce a Public Space Protection Order, to address antisocial behavior issues in the local area.One of them reads:

 ‘If you shut your eyes for more than ten seconds whilst on this bench, you may be deemed asleep, and risk facing an ASBO. By Order of Public Space Protection Orders under the Anti-Social Behavior, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

The plaques have been removed in case they offend, Another reads: ‘This bench is reserved for the young, beautiful and affluent. If you are old, ugly or poor, please sit elsewhere.

A slightly more light-hearted offering says: ‘This bench is dedicated to the men who lost the will to live whilst following their partners around the shoe shops of Chester.

The street artists behind the signs believe a PSPO could ‘be used to target the homeless and socially vulnerable. Council officials have now removed the plaques., But council officials removed the five plaques – after saying people could be ‘offended’ by them.Maria Byrne, head of place operations for Cheshire West and Chester Council, confirmed the removal of the plaques to local paper the Chester Chronicle.‘We have removed the plaques from five benches, and although they may appear humorous, some people may find them offensive.‘It has cost the Council taxpayer money for officers to locate and remove them.‘If anyone knows who is responsible we would like to hear from them.

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hello and welcome, We live on the Wirral Peninsula, Merseyside, in the United Kingdom, My wife Lynne and I have been together now for over 22 years and we have two Kids Cameron and Heather, I work in the motor trade and worked for the same company Windsors Of Wallasey, since I left school at 16 years old, Early February 2017 I left my current employer and went to as Liverpool Seat, , a big step after 27 years. November 2018 I took a job at Eastham Motors, which is a small family run business I love taking photographs so images will be linked from my Flickr account and Instagram account, Nearly all of the photographs are taken on my mobile phone camera lol its always with me and they are all for sale and are available in a number of different formats, please drop me a message for any more info I also spend as much time as I can reading and listening to music and enjoy many different genres, other hobbies include wine making, walking, and looking after our chickens, We spent a good part of 2012 with our horse (Kelly) who we rescued in January and we learned so much and very quickly about horses, we had to work so hard with her and as time as went by we made a really great horse out of her, in June 2012 we got are puppy Ruby, April 2013 we sold Kelly on and we bought Jack are 4 year old cob cross in May 2013, in August 2013 we rescued Skye a 6 year old coloured cob who was completely un-handled and has been a pleasure to work with, sadly in March 2015 we had to sell Jack, no matter how hard we tried we could not stop him from kicking and we had all been injured by him and we have to think about the kids
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1 Response to Plaques 

  1. dudachicken says:

    Very funny love it 🙂

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