A pamphlet of an Indian restaurant named Anu's Kitchen in London has been going viral on social media. Netizens have been trolling the restaurant for missing out on a small but crucial punctuation sign on its leaflet.
The pamphlet was used on takeaway delivery site Foodhub and read: "Anus Kitchen is now available on foodhub.co.uk."
The lack of apostrophe after Anu changed the whole meaning of the word which led to social media users trolling the Indian restaurant.
The picture of the pamphlet was first shared on Facebook user Paul Brook, who wrote: "Why punctuation is important."
One social media user wrote: “Does excellent rump steak.” Another wrote: “Entrance at rear.”
However, one foodie who was not surprised was Kerrie Morris, who shared a photograph of her local Anu’s branch, writing: “Omg. We had an Anus Kitchen near me, for a few weeks until they realised.”
Anu’s kitchen. Remember, punctuation is important!! pic.twitter.com/x5h6kaUfVZ— marty 🏴🇬🇧 (@martymitch_) November 20, 2020