The Anonymous Widower

Is It Legal To Take Inflated Balloons On A London Bus?

I took this picture today by London Bridge.

Balloons On a London Bus

It clearly shows that some of the passengers have inflated balloons.

Is this legal?

I ask the question, as when C and I were students at Liverpool University in the 1960s, the buses there displayed a notice that clearly stated that the carrying of inflated balloons was not allowed.

July 10, 2011 - Posted by | Transport | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. When I was in Blackburn in the late ’60s, there used to be a sign that read “No spitting or smoking on the lower deck”!
    While of the subject of signs, you might be amused by a sign over a sink in the offices of a client we had that read “Do not put cigarette ends of empty teapots down this sink”.
    There is also the sign at Northampton Hospital that reads “For family planning please use the rear entrance”!

    Comment by John Wright | July 10, 2011 | Reply

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