A punctuation ‘ninja’ has hilariously edited a xenophobic letter pinned on doors of a tower block in Norwich on Friday.
Signs carrying the title “Happy Brexit Day” were found stuck on fire doors across all floors of Winchester Tower on Brexit Day, just hours before Britain officially left the EU.
It told residents of the flats that “we do not tolerate” people speaking languages other than English in the building.
“We are now our own country again and the the Queens (sic) English is the spoken tongue here”, it read.
“If you do want to speak whatever is the mother tongue of the country you came from then we suggest you return to that place and return your flat to the council.”
But one literary fiend has hilariously corrected the letter so it better reflects the Queen’s English it claims to espouse.
Lis Scott left the note littered with red marks in a bid to point out the numerous mistakes, adding commas, colons and semi colons.
She also sought to clarify several of the points, such as who they refer to when they say “we” and what they truly mean by “evolve”.
Read the edits in full below: