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Stop Sign Misspelled by Road Crew in California

By    |   Friday, 16 Dec 2016 04:28 PM

A road crew in California has left neighborhood residents shaking their heads after the workers misspelled a stop sign that was painted on the road.

The letters “STPO” were written on the road at an intersection near Peyton Drive in Chino Hills earlier in the week, according to UPI. The sign was about six feet by six feet and painted in white letters. 

Eleven-year-old spelling bee winner Matthew told CBS Los Angeles, “They spelled it wrong. That’s an F-minus.”

Other neighbors pointed out that there was an actual red and white stop sign just a few feet away from where the letters were painted. “They should have looked at that,” one neighbor said. “They should have spell check,” CBS LA reported.

City officials are expected to fix the mistake by the end of the week, UPI reported.

Twitter was not forgiving.

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