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Sometimes creative design ideas need a second opinion before being released to the public, as proven by these images.
Reddit users from around the world have shared the worst design fails they’ve spotted – including an elevator with a sign that looks like the people inside are being hung.
Seeing red! A sign inside a carpark in the US left drivers feeling baffled after they were instructed to press the non-existent green button.
One person mocked the bathroom cubicles at Maggiano’s restaurant in Denver because they don’t give any privacy to the person inside.
Furry unusual! Another photo shows how a homeowner experimented with decorating their bathroom vanity units with carpet.
Making a splash! A photograph revealed how using the shower inside a hotel could leave towels on the rack drenched in water.
A sign inside a pub, believed to be in the UK, left parents confused because it seemed to ban young people from visiting the toilet.
Don’t slip! Shoppers were amused by a brand of laces that advertised their product alongside shoes that don’t need to be tied up.
One person labelled their hotel room at TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport in Brazil ‘depressing’ after noticing that one side of the bed isn’t accessible because of a massive pillar.
Could there be something missing? Customers craving broccoli salad were left disappointed after this US restaurant failed to include the vegetable in its dish.
What a stench! A man was left baffled if an aftershave was called ‘Pure Bad’ or giving a warning that it has an undesirable scent.
One person admitted they are often confused by the temperature markings on their dog’s heating pad as ‘low’ is illustrated as most powerful.
Another individual blasted the manufactures of their coconut water who positioned a pointed V next to the seal on the bottle cap.
Up, up and away! An eagle-eyed reader questioned if a man was levitating in a picture after spotting a photo editing blunder.
Another snap shows a cycle lane that randomly appears the middle of a path, while squeezing pedestrians against a wall