Everyone's saying the same thing over 'Grinch' note to kids outside bouncy castle | The Sun

A BOUNCY castle has popped up with a "Grinch" warning note – and everybody's saying the same thing.

The note, which strictly bans children from jumping on the massive bouncy inflatable toy, has shocked parents across the country.

Brits are baffled as the kids' party stable is usually overflowing with joy-filled, bouncing youngsters.

But, this one bans such activities.

A photo of the Disney-themed castle, and Grinch-like sign stationed directly in front of it, was posted to Twitter.

The black and white sign reads: "Strictly no jumping.

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"Parents, please tell your children not to jump."

And such parents took to social media to question the baffling rule – asking is there any other purpose for the summer favourite?

One wrote: "Now introducing the walky castle.

"You don't bounce you just walk around on it."

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Another user mocked: "Health & Safety gone mad?"

To which another said: "No! NO JUMPING! Just sit and meditate."

Another added: "Seems a bit unfair, no?"

It comes after social media users united on another post – this one about a lion biting someone's car.

Others also agreed with one another after a clip surfaced of neighbours engage in a foul-mouthed row over parking spaces.

And, in recent days, opinions were very much one-sided on what has been dubbed UK's most confusing bus lane – where £1.9million of fines are handed out a year.

Meanwhile, this bouncy castle is said to be the world's biggest bouncy castle – a mammoth 893ft-long inflatable known as "The Beast".

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