TREE-REX FOUND IN NORFOLK. Over dozens of years the tree has been battered by high winds that have formed the branches into the shape of a prehistoric lizard. - Wendy Fuller, The Mirror (08/03/2012)
What a mistake to make.
SHAKESPERE? DON'T YOU MEAN SHAKESPEARE? (Clothing store) Topshop attempted to pay homage to English literature with a new t-shirt quoting Shakespeare, but sadly spelt the Bard's name wrong.
The white t-shirt read 'Romeo Romero, Wherefore art thou Romeo?' and underneath: 'Shakespere'. - The Metro (06/03/2012)
COUNCIL WORKERS IN SPELLING ERROR. Its one of the first words you learn to spell as a child, but it looks as if these council workers may have skipped a year after misspelling the word 'school' outside a local primary.
The workers were left red-faced after pupils spotted the most basic of spelling errors written in bright yellow paint outside their school gates.
'SEXIST' TROUSERS CAUSE OUTRAGE. Madhouse, a nationwide chain of discount men's clothing stores, was branded shameful and outrageous by hundreds of Twitter users because of the label's washing instructions to 'Give it your woman'. - Emma Barnett, The Telegraph (07/03/2012)
NB. As always I will endeavour to bring you the links (marked in bold capitals) to articles I have used in my Media Monday posts but this is not always possible.