Road sign doesn't point to deadly 'Squid Game,' U.K. police say

TORONTO -- A police force in the United Kingdom is reassuring drivers that a new road sign displaying symbols similar to that of the Netflix's sensation "Squid Game" will not take drivers to a real-life version of the show.

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