A digital road sign in Marana was reprogrammed over the weekend to warn drivers of undead corpses.
Someone without a dictionary tampered with a road sign on West Camino de Mañana, which is now West Twin Peaks Road, and issued this message to motorists: "Caaution Zombies Ahead!"
Area resident Dan Wolters first noticed the warning around 8 a.m. Sunday.
"I laughed," he said. "I'm sure people that drove by laughed, too."
Officials with the town of Marana, which is overseeing the Camino de Mañana roadway project, said the sign likely belongs to a contractor working on the new Interstate 10 Twin Peaks interchange, which will open on Friday.
Wolters said it looked as though somebody had broken into a box on the sign.
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