STPO the Madness! Road Crews Misspell 'STOP' Sign on Road; 11-Year-Old Discovers Error

An 11-year-old reportedly spotted the blooper in Chino Hills, California.

A California road crew made a high-profile mistake this week when they misspelled the word "STOP."

The 6-foot letters on a Chino Hills street, instead spelled, "STPO" and 11-year-old named Matthew has been credited with spotting the typo.

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Thankfully, the error turned out to be as short-lived as it was glaring.

A spokesperson for the city of Chino Hills told that a crew that contracts with the city made the mistake at the end of their work day on Tuesday. 

By Wednesday morning, it had already been fixed.

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And, according to the spokesperson, the mistake wasn't even around long enough to cause more than a slight stir on social media. 

Thankfully, the stop sign posted at the intersection was always spelled correctly.

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