- One traveller was left in stitches after seeing a sign for the ladies reading ‘feman’
- Another poorly translated sign tells WC-goers ‘no stamping’ on the loo
- On a more spiritual note, one botched toilet signs reads ‘one place, one dream’
These comical signs take toilet humour to another level.
Travellers have revealed some of the more bizarre notices they’ve seen en route to the lavatory.
One traveller holidaying in Asia spotted a warning telling loo-goers that it is ‘strictly prohibited to stamp on the toilet’.
Another was left in stitches when they saw a sign for the women’s labelled ‘feman’ with the men’s titled ‘male man’.
One sign, intended to tell people that the bathroom was out of order, got a comical touch after being translated into English with the result reading, ‘this toilet has been bad, please stop using’.
Scroll down to see MailOnline Travel’s roll call of toilet humour…
Separation issues: Scott Carmichael went about documenting the comical toilet signs he spotted while travelling. He said he discovered this gem at the American embassy in Tokyo
Source of confusion: Unusual descriptions are used to indicate the female and male bathrooms in English (left), meanwhile the spacing of words on one sign seems to imply that the toilet is a magnificent sight to behold (right)
Where the magic happens: On a more spiritual note, one botched toilet signs reads ‘one place, one dream’
Anger management: Toilet-goers are warned that strictly no stamping on the toilet is allowed
Toilet humour: One sign intended to tell people that the bathroom is out of order gets a little lost in translation (left), while another tells visitors that no ‘stampeding’ on the seats is permitted (right)
One for you, one for me: This toilet sign displays a very literal translation directing people to the men’s toilet
Unfortunate positioning: A sign directing people to the toilet button is worded in a rather comical way
Animal instincts: Just one letter changes the entire meaning of this sign. Hopefully there were no tunnel-digging critters inside the bathrooms
Sinking feeling: The owner of this faucet appears to be very concerned about the safety around its use. People are warned not to ‘twist or beast’ the appliance
This sign politely warns customers that they should be afraid about the toilet situation
This bathroom sign might not feature any dodgy word translations, but the pictures could certainly be misconstrued
Bizarre explanation: This sign in English gives an unusual explanation as to why the toilet is closed
Practical joker: A touch of permanent marker gives this sign a whole different meaning