Brit passengers have been asked to follow the 'No Kissing' sign recently uncovered at a railway station to lighten traffic and lessen delays.
Virgin Rail chiefs at Warrington Bank Quay station in Warrington, Cheshire, decided to put up the sign just at the passenger drop-off point, and suggested travellers to use the short-stay car park if they wished to be with their loved ones for some more time.
"We have not banned kissing in the station," the Daily Express quoted a Virgin spokesman as saying.
"But we have put the sign up at the drop off point because it is not a very big area and it often gets busy with lots of traffic.
"The sign is a light-hearted way of getting people to move on quickly.
"If people wish to spend a little more time with their loved ones before they leave, then they should park in the short-stay car park nearby," the rep added.