Shame Passerby With These Pedestrian Penalty Cards

Stephanie Haberman
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Walking around major cities can seem almost like a video game -- dodge the picture takers, weave through groups, avoid the giant umbrellas for extra points.

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Even if they are a total first-world problem, bad walkers really are a nuisance.

The next time you encounter one, you may want to have these ready-made pedestrian penalty cards handy. After all, what could be more satisfying than taking a wrong-way walker down a notch?

What is your biggest pedestrian pet peeve? Let us know in the comments below.

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