Okay, I've now read through the sign and still can't spot the error. (And I'm usually pretty good at spotting homophone errors.) What am I missing?
I think they meant "brake" like on a car or a bike. Break can mean pause, which is why I had to think twice.
I've been seeing that one a lot lately.

But I think today's prizewinner has to be the movie synopsis I saw that described one of the characters as a "counter-fitter." Took me a couple of reads to figure out that they meant someone who prints fake money, and not a kitchen remodeler!
Oh, that is so bad!

When I worked in health care, I once got a press release touting revolutionary four therapy.

Four therapy?

The PR people had decided to use that instead of IV.