Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church placed a placard reading 'Forbidden to complain' on his room door.
'Vietato larmentarsi' translaed to english means 'Forbidden to complain'.
The sign was given to the pope by Salvo Noe an Italian Psychologist and author, and the pope promised to put it up for a laugh.
The remaining sign reads:
"Offenders are subjected to a syndrome of victimism that lowers the mood and ability to solve problems."
"Sanction is doubled if the offense is committed in the presence of children."