This is just goofy.
No freedom of speech - no kissing. Eeechhhh.
A railway station has banned kissing after bosses claimed commuters were being delayed by passionate embraces.
Managers put up a ‘No Kissing’ sign, showing two pecking silhouettes within a circle and a red line through them.
It means that romantic farewells, like the one immortalised by Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson in the classic film Brief Encounter, will no longer be seen.
Passengers are now prohibited from doing any more than shaking hands while standing in line at the taxi rank outside Warrington Bank Quay Station.
If lovers insist on kissing, they have to go to a designated area.