Local authorities who put up road signs that warn of imminent wildlife or deer in the coming few miles will need to produce at least one animal in that stretch of road.
The new statute has been put in place following a complaint from The Ministry of Honesty (MOH), who feel that drivers are being misled about the chances of seeing a stag, or animal of equal standing.
Peter Thape is the Chairman of the MOH, and he doubts the credibility of any agreement made between the sign makers and the wildlife.
‘If the authorities continue not to produce the animal shown how will we know which road signs to believe, and which ones are fake?’ asked Thape.
‘Are the 30 & 40 speed signs correct? And, the No Entry ones? I doubt it,’ Thape added.