Would you take your toothache to a dentist called Wong Kwee Mau? Dine out at Cafe Buck Butt? Or book a cruise with Turismo Titanic? No? Perhaps you prefer to travel with Git Holidays then...?
These are just a few of the many baffling, alarming and unwittingly amusing signs spotted by readers of the Telegraph whilst trotting the globe. Others range from the bizarre - 'accomodation facilities in a pan of fresh' - to the surprisingly honest - Chancy Investments - or, in the case of menus, the stomach-churningly revolting: anyone for 'bottom sauce with yogurt'?
And, of course, no collection of funny signs would be complete without a healthy dose of smut and innuendo.
The Daily Telegraph is a daily morning broadsheet newspaper, published in London and distributed throughout the United Kingdom and internationally.