Today's award goes to the employment personnel of the Portsmouth City Council in England.
Local governments have in the recent past made admirable attempts to be more culturally inclusive by printing official documents in various languages.
However, one city council might have let its enthusiasm run away with itself - by printing taxi-driver licence applications in braille.
In a move that is almost certainly the first of its kind, the forms can also be printed and downloaded in large print or audio format people with sight problems.
A note on the Portsmouth City Council website says the documents can be downloaded in large print, Braille or audio.
There's more at the link.
I ask you! A taxi driver application in Braille??? Didn't anyone in their offices see the inherent contradiction in terms??? It's the very definition of Doofidity!