Unfortunately, we are used to seeing graffiti popping up in and around urban areas. And if you travel on a train, then you probably see it all of the time.
But a picture of some unusual graffiti that was shared on Twitter this afternoon seems to be causing quite a stir on social media.
The image was uploaded just over two hours ago but has already been ‘liked’ nearly 800 times with just under 200 retweets.
The barely legible words read: ‘enigish scum out now’ – but it is not known where the graffiti is, or why the author is demanding that the ‘enigish’ leave the area.
Surely, if you are going to spray your message on a public wall, then you should get the spelling right?
Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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