The Telegraph newspaper (and its Web site) in England run a weekly article called 'Sign Language', which collects photographs of weird, wonderful and wacky signs around the world. I've mentioned them here before.
As part of their wrap-up of the past year, the paper has just published a 'Best Of Sign Language 2010' collection. Here are a few to whet your appetite.
'bread'; but in the context of the other English words, it's definitely a double entendre!
would you please let the rest of us know in 'Comments'?
There are plenty more at the link, some of them way out there indeed! Good for a laugh.