Men at Work in Lithuania

Palanga, 1993; pict. A. Anselin Vilnius, VII.2004; pict. H. De Meyer VII.2004; pict. H. De Meyer
The first two signs clearly belong to the design group found all over the former Sovjet block. (Check it out in Russia.) Team members encountered a duplicate of the first sign in Novosibirsk and the second drawing is found at several other places.
The third kind is a local variation based on the Russian model. They made a deep cut in the arms of the poor guy. This created the illusion of an extra grip at the end of the shaft. It escapes me why both arms had to be severed.

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