Renovations are being made in our office building. This morning as I walked in the office, there was a huge painting sitting in one of the foyers waiting to be hung. Attached was a piece of paper that said "Do not touch!"
Don't worry, I didn't touch it. I'm pretty sure there is a hidden camera somewhere watching to see if someone dares. However, I think this is just asking for trouble.
I'm now wondering if they will leave the "Do Not Touch!" sign attached, once the image is on the wall. Will it be implied once it is on the wall? Is it really more tempting to touch a painting on the floor rather than the wall?
On a serious note, it did cause me to stop and consider a few things I may do that ask for trouble simply because I call attention to them.