The ‘apostrophiser’ secretly corrects rubbish shop signs. Here are 12 classic fails he hasn’t fixed yet

An undercover ‘grammar vigilante’ is correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in the dead of night. Really.

He wears a mask and he’s even got something called an “apostrophiser” which is basically a pen on a stick but that doesn’t sound so good. HE’S GOT AN APOSTROPHISER!

He’s been putting the world of bad grammar to rights in Bristol for 13 years. But there’s a whole world of shit punctuation out there. Here are some of the best/worst of the lot.

 

“ltr” lang=”en”>@BBCBreakfast #apostrophiser spotted in a Plymouth social club. pic.twitter.com/gShO9BO9Eu

— Richard Chaplin (@chappersrich) April 3, 2017