As this sign is installed by one of the renovated lifts in Camberley’s Main Square car park, we can only assume it is there with the blessing of the borough council. That’s the council whose stated aim is to achieve a ‘top 100’ town status for Camberley.
We can also only assume that there have been difficulties with people pressing the wrong button to call the lift. No doubt the borough council will have evidence that this has been a sufficiently serious problem that a notice telling people what to do, and what not to do, is required.
Of course, sometimes children will misbehave. But will a notice telling them not to do so have the desired effect?
(As an aside, this notice is on the ground floor of the car park. That’s where there’s only one button to call the lift, and where departing lifts can only go one way, of course: straight up.)