My old buddy George Nimee used to tell a story about a school custodian who put black grease on the top of all the closer arms in the school. When the kids jumped up and grabbed the closer arm their hands would get all greasy, they’d wipe their hands on their shirts, and the custodian would know who’d been hanging on the closer arm. Ingenious!
Closer arms are used for all kinds of things – chin-ups, coat hooks…but this is a first. My friend Eyal tells me that the letters in Hebrew on the seat translate to, “Please do not sit.” I wonder if anyone tried to test-drive the hammock before they created the sign.
I hope these doors aren’t a required means of egress.
Thank you to Eyal Bedrik of Entry Systems Ltd. for the photos.