British pensioners need to remove from the streets signs with pictures of old people, explaining that they offend those hunched figures.
London funds to help elderly people appealed to the authorities to replace the sample image hunched silhouette with a cane on any more. Older Brits such signs do not like.
Barry Earnshaw, executive director of Age Concern, said: & quot; These signs offend elderly British. It is necessary to protect all signs pedestrians - regardless of age & quot ;.
In turn, the representative of the Road Service UK said the publication that the replacement of road signs - a very expensive procedure and, moreover, requires the introduction of Parliament amendments to the state budget.