We're all for reducing street clutter. But sometimes this means that bike facilities are used as makeshift signposts, with confusing consequences.
This cycle-hoop in Cleaver Square (right) for instance is labelled 'motorcycles only' - a reference to the bay in front of it, not the post, which presumably would struggle to hold a half-ton Harley.
While this rack on Walworth Road, just outside the excellent 24-7 grocery Oli Centre, is marked 'No loading at any time'. Presumably it means motor traffic, not cyclists filling their panniers.
Not the most confusing sign I've seen, though. On a coach on the M1, somewhere southbound by Luton a few weeks ago, I saw a series of notices with the Bertrand-Russell-style self-referential paradox THIS SIGN NOT IN USE.