British train station puts kissing in its place

A No Kissing sign outside Warrington Bank Quay railway station in northern England was posted at the drop off point after departing passengers and drivers blocked access to the station with their vehicles while saying goodbye to each other.

A No Kissing sign outside Warrington Bank Quay railway station in northern England was posted at the drop off point after departing passengers and drivers blocked access to the station with their vehicles while saying goodbye to each other.

WARRINGTON, England – A British train station has erected a no kissing sign to stop lovers going full steam ahead with their over-amorous farewells.

Commuters have been told: if you want to get up to that kind of business, do it in the car park.

The sign has gone up at the drop-off point at Warrington Bank Quay station in the town of Warrington, between Liverpool and Manchester in northwest England.

A man in a hat and a woman with a curly-looking hair-do puckering up show people where they must not indulge in full-on lip-locking.

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