CHINO HILLS (  — If 11-year-old Matthew was grading the spelling of a Chino Hills stop sign, the sixth-grade spelling bee whiz kid wouldn’t be forgiving.

“That’s an F minus,” Matthew said.

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It’s not a small mistake. It’s a 6-foot by 6-foot whopper of a typo.

Road crews in his neighborhood printed S-T-P-O on the street before the cross walk.


His Chino Hills neighbors would not accept the sloppiness either.

“Stop-poo that’s what I think,” one neighbor said.

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Many even pointed out there’s sort of cheat sheet. The actual red and white stop sign was just feet away.

“They should have looked at that,” a neighbor said. “They should have spell check.“

Or run it by super speller Matthew.

Neighbors are now hoping word, of the misspelled word makes its way to city hall.

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Officials are expected to come out Wednesday to fix the typo.