That other day, we were about to head home after lectures when we spotted this notice stuck on a wall near the carpark’s ground floor entrance.
It was the chinese writing that actually caught me. ‘Cos you’d never see a chinese character in any of those Swinburne notices around.
A closer look says the following in three languages.
Anyone who provides information leading to (the) successful capture of the electric cables thief shall be rewarded with an amount of RM 1,000. Please report the person to the SITE SECURITY.
No, I’m not helping the security or whatever to advertise this. But rather, we noticed they blacked out something in all three paragraphs. Now it can’t be a grammatical mistake that spans all three languages right?
No way, look closer:
Seriously, it doesn’t take a CSI to guess whats under that layer of ink.
Blimey. They were originally planning to give out a MILLION bucks to anyone who turns in an apparent ‘electric cables theif’! Forget bux.to, forget Advertlets. I’m camping out at the carpark’s ground floor tonight!
Anyone wanna join me? =D
It’s either that, or some dude typed that notice while day dreaming about his TOTO buy earlier that morning hitting the jackpot. Hence the extra zero’s. Lol. xD
People and money. Tsk, tsk.