Unless those are water pipes, this is definitely one of the worst job-fails in history. Did they think the hydrant closet was some sort of modern art piece? Or perhaps they thought that messing with the design of the stair rail was far worse than dealing with a raging fire.
We really hope those rails are easily detached, or that they took them out altogether. On a positive note, at least they spelled ‘hydrant’ correctly.
In Case of Emergency, Don't Take the Stairs
We would really love to meet the planning committee for this building. Maybe they thought it would amuse the residents to step out onto the emergency stairs and fall off the building, because who wouldn't find that incredibly fun?
Or maybe the building just moved a few inches overnight.
ATM for Giants
It appears that, in this city, small people don't have the right to take out money. Why else would they install an ATM that seems to have been tailor-made for Andre the Giant?
Guess anyone in the neighborhood without basketball-player genes should remember to bring a stool with them every time they need to draw out some cash.
The Alternative Phone Booth
Nowadays, you'll be hard-pressed to find any public phones, let alone an actual phone booth. And while coming across this photo would usually make us a bit nostalgic of a time when we weren't all glued to our smartphones, this is just flat-out hilarious.
To whoever installed this phone, what did you actually think the purpose of a booth was?!
Thinking Outside the Box
We can blame the people who installed the door for not knowing how to use a measuring tape, but we certainly can't blame them for not coming up with a creative solution. Why go through the arduous trouble of re-installing a new door, or even worse, re-locating the entire toilet, when you can just cut a little hole in the door and voilà?!
Now, this is what we call thinking outside the box. Besides, we're sure anybody who uses this toilet is bound to have a good laugh.