|The first man is a very close to the
modern worker from South-Africa:
he lacks feet and the blade of the spade is partly visible.
There are some small differences though:
- the heap has a sharp top (rounded in S.A.)
- his head rests on a neck (hover-head in S.A.)
- the design is mirrorred thus suggesting right-hand driving, while all other roadsigns suggest the reverse.
||The Triolet-man looks like anything but human. They probably hired another kind of primate
from the continent.
He is unwittingly causing a real safety threat: warning signs must be placed at the proper distance.
You are not supposed to walk with them. He has still a lot to learn, indeed.
The drawing is so bad that it takes some time to realize that the triangle represents a heap and not a roadsign.
It's the gorilla version of the British sign.