Kissing is banned at Warrington (Cheshire/UK) railway station - except in kissing zone.
The >Daily Express<
explains that managers at Bank Quay station, in Warrington, have put up "no kissing" signs on the platforms to stop couples adding to the hectic nature of the morning rush hour. Those who feel they simply must kiss have been advised to move to a clearly designated area. "Even in these days of incompetent franchises, delayed services, inflation busting fare increases and diesel trains, there are few places capable of generating a romantic charge quite like a railway station," the >Independent<
reports. "There are some activities that the bureaucrat's diktat simply cannot proscribe. And the long kiss before the train whisks a lover away is one of them. "Warrington station can do its worst, but it will never be a passion killer."