Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Please remove your Leg


This is  a sign I saw during a visit to Hershey Amusement park in Pa.   Can you imagine!!!



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22 comments:

Faye said...

Pass! :-)

The Church Lady said...

Gee, what if you had prosthetic arms and legs? How would you hold on?

Roan said...

Hmmm....

texwisgirl said...

oh my goodness...

don said...

I don't think I've ever seen a sign like this one. Nice capture. What do you do with your leg when it's off? :-)

Genie said...

what an UNUSUAL sign. Am glad I have never had to see one of these or have to live with a prosthetic limb.Think it is a bit harsh. Genie

Carola said...

That's crazy.

RedPat said...

That has to be in the running for the oddest sign!

Lesley said...

I am trying to imagine the consequences of NOT removing your prosthetic limb....

and a big welcome to you!

ewok1993 said...

What????? They had the nerve to ask of that!

Postcardy said...

Ride what? Maybe some legs son't bend enough or fit the ride.

Woody said...

Your title sounds like a Monty Python skit. I guess you can't have loose limbs flying off the ride.

VioletSky said...

Okay, I admit I did laugh when I saw this... and even harder when I read Woody's comment - so Pythonesque, for sure!

Pat said...

So, what, do they have a leg stand nearby? This seems like the ADA should be called!

And seriously. How many people with prosthetics actually RIDE these rides?

Martha Z said...

I wonder what the ride is.

Luna Miranda said...

an artificial leg falling from Ferris wheel seems plausible.:p i wonder what's their policy on dentures.

Lynette Killam said...

Ha...that's definitely the wackiest sign I've ever seen...LOL!
Great capture...:)

Clytie said...

This sign made me giggle! I kept wondering about the other prostheses that could have been mentioned, and by the time I finished reading the comments I was roaring with laughter!

Rose said...

Oh, and by the way--leave your leg with me...hahaha This is funny.

EG Wow said...

Oh, this is a bit scary!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Good grief! I cannot imagine wanting to go on that ride that badly. Yikes!

Anonymous said...

Surprisingly, many people with prostetic legs do ride roller coasters. This is why such a sign exists; the force of going through the loops or rolls could result in a person's prostetic leg to come flying off.

Needless to say, that's hazardous.

Also, if a person were to have prostetic arms, it is unlikely they would be able to ride.