Gee, what if you had prosthetic arms and legs? How would you hold on?
oh my goodness...
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? :-)
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
That has to be in the running for the oddest sign!
I am trying to imagine the consequences of NOT removing your prosthetic limb....and a big welcome to you!
What????? They had the nerve to ask of that!
Ride what? Maybe some legs son't bend enough or fit the ride.
Your title sounds like a Monty Python skit. I guess you can't have loose limbs flying off the ride.
Okay, I admit I did laugh when I saw this... and even harder when I read Woody's comment - so Pythonesque, for sure!
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?
I wonder what the ride is.
an artificial leg falling from Ferris wheel seems plausible.:p i wonder what's their policy on dentures.
Ha...that's definitely the wackiest sign I've ever seen...LOL!Great capture...:)
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!
Oh, and by the way--leave your leg with me...hahaha This is funny.
Oh, this is a bit scary!
Good grief! I cannot imagine wanting to go on that ride that badly. Yikes!
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.
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