Instruction to voters

The Telegraph's live blog for the General Election has this picture with an unintended instruction to voters:

I have cast my vote at the polling centre at Days Lane Primary School. I do like the British system with its almost savagely short campaign, soberly printed Polling Station notices and the stubby pencils on bits of string. I'm not too keen on the new style plastic zip-up ballot boxes of recent years though: they make it look as though the votes are all going to be put in the freezer in preparation for a picnic.

Have fun if you are staying up to watch the results coming in.

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