PARENTS: Do not let Children Play or Climb on top of Dinosaur
The warning is emphatic and seems pretty clear, although perhaps the kid inside the mouth could hire Suzy Spikes to make a persuasive textualist argument that she is not technically “on top” of the dinosaur.
Looks like they need a second sign: “PARENTS: Read the sign that says to keep your kids off the dinosaur.”
I join the sender in asking why “Children” and “Play” are capitalized. (“Dinosaur” makes sense. More like a proper noun, as in “Bye, Dinosaur! We had fun playing and climbing on you.”)
–Thanks to Heath Waddingham.