England’s Stefan Gatward has come to the rescue of the apostrophe catastrophe. When the Birmingham council announced it would scrap apostrophes from street signs, the 62 year old veteran decided to take matters into his own hand and correct the street signs with the correct punctuation. With texting it seems the English language is taking a bashing and spilling out into the streets. Just like the Electric Company cartoon, The Adventures of Letterman, Stefan Gatward finds himself as an apostrophe vigilante of possession that would do proud the book, Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation. Stefan Gatward has been labeled as a graffiti artist by the city officials.