Not far from my house is a large Sainsbury’s branch. On one of the exits – recently widened and adjusted to accommodate a new bus stop and exit, is a zebra crossing.
Beside the zebra crossing is a nice sign, telling drivers and pedestrians that, well, there’s a pedestrian crossing there:
Except someone’s designed it so that it is impassable for anyone to pass through this handy sign which obstructs over half of the path.
Not only is the sign low enough for an adult to risk crunching their head, but someone’s kindly placed a steel bar at the head height of (in this case) a three year old child who might think of scooting happily between two posts.
I will ask both the council and Sainsbury’s who is responsible for this (as it seems to me) monumentally pointless and dangerous exercise.