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'Daily Mail Free Zone' stickers are appearing on trains around the UK

The signs are urging people to be considerate.

THERE IS A mysterious phenomenon occurring in train carriages around the UK.

A rash of stickers that *look* like the Quiet Zone signs… but say something rather different.

The stickers are the creation of comedian and left-wing political activist Mark Thomas, who sells them in packs via his website.

He suggests that people “do with these as you will”.

Hmmm… Also, is the icon on the right wearing a gimp mask?

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