SHOPPERS in Wales have been left tongue-tied and baffled after a store installed new signs in Scottish Gaelic instead of Welsh.
Welsh language tutor Jonathan Ford spotted the signs at the Bedwas Co-operative in Caerphilly county after its £360,000 refit. He said the mistake made him laugh but that some Welsh speakers would be "cross".
A Co-operative spokesman said: "We will remove these signs and replace them as soon as possible. We would like to thank the customer for pointing this out."
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Supermarkets in Wales are not obliged by law to have bilingual signs.