No Vitruvian men allowed

A stylised figure standing in a cruciform shape, with a diagonal line running through it, and other lines indicating the doors of a train.

Source: Metro trains, Melbourne.

Icons out of context are often unrecognisable, and it’s unfair to expect otherwise.

I like to think of this one as meaning “No Vitruvian men allowed”, but the text beneath it actually reads: “Do not leans againsts, hold or force open the doors.”

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