He stabs at misspelt graffiti

August 7th, 2011 - 7:18 pm ICT by IANS  

London, Aug 7 (IANS) A Briton armed with a white marker pen is leading a fight on graffiti louts he accuses of murder of the English language, a media report said.

He wields his white marker pen to correct misspelt scrawls and criticises the writers, The Sun newspaper reported Saturday.

Signing off with the words “Pow! Grammar Man Strikes Again!” he draws himself in a mask and cape, with an exclamation mark on his front, the newspaper wrote.

He corrected “Phoebe woz ere innit brav” to “Phoebe was here isn’t it brother”, scribbled on the floor of a bandstand in a park in Chatham, Kent.

He added: “Terrible spelling and poor use of grammar. This is murder of the English Language!” - slightly spoiling the effect by using an unnecessary capital L.

The crusader’s corrections have also appeared around nearby Rochester and Gillingham.

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