The 'Banksy Of Punctuation' Is Ridding Bristol's Streets Of Bad Grammar

Not all heroes wear capes...

In these dark and tumultuous times we need the brave and the good to step up and lead the way, which is why we must give thanks to Bristol's latest hooded crusader: the Banksy of bad grammar.

According to the BBC, the man calls himself a "grammar vigilante," and has been correcting the city's street signs and shop fronts for 13 years.

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An elusive hero working beneath the shroud of nighttime, he uses stickers to add apostrophes (his speciality) or change bad grammar.

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Concealing himself in a hood, he told the BBC: "I have felt extremely nervous. The heart has been thumping."

However, he said he doesn't think what he's doing is a crime.

"I do think it's a cause worth pursuing," he said. "It's more of a crime to have apostrophes wrong in the first place."

A noble cause indeed.