The News Minute | August 5, 2014 | 3.23 pm ISTA British citizenâ€™s correction of a the UK governmentâ€™s poster to curb drinking by using a rape statistic is very popular on Twitter.The British National Health Services had released a poster for a campaign against drinking called Know Your Limits between 2005-07. The text of poster suggested that if you drink, you are more vulnerable to rape, outraging a lot of people. This is what the NHS came up with:And so, someone decided to educate the NHS, and suggested an alternative caption. The NHS has finally withdrawn the poster. Here is what neverjessie created:Hey, NHS, I fixed your poster. pic.twitter.com/xbCCfySYRgâ€” neverjessie (@neverjessie) August 1, 2014Neverjessieâ€™s tweet putting up the poster has been retweeted close to 14,000 times and has been favourited by nearly 9,000 people.Last week a university student started a petition on Change.Org and on August 1, neverjessie altered the NHS poster, according to i100.