25 September, 2020 South Australia's other fake news source

Mysterious combination of words unable to be deciphered by South Australians

Strange and possibly cryptic signs have been posted alongside South Australian major roads and highways. However, it is yet to become clear what message they are trying to convey.

Dr. Alf Abbott, Professor of English Language and Humanities from the University of Adelaide has spent years researching this baffling phenomena.

‘I knows all them words individually’, Dr. Abbott stated ‘but can’t not for the life of me figure out what they means when they’re all together, hey?’.

Whilst the signs remain a mystery, South Australian motorists continue to slow down in an attempt to read them whilst passing.

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