Another week, another string of tickets for something most people didn't even realize was illegal. Todays trouble? Those signs that restaurants put on the street with their specials and the like to try and entice you. Apparently the NYPD is now cracking down on restaurants who are letting their signs go more than three feet into the street. The fine? $100. And you know who we bet they are going for next? Marlo Scott of the West Village cupcakery Sweet Revenge. She told the post that though he got "fined once for having our sign outside," he still puts his sign out everyday. "You just pray that you don't get a ticket." And you know what doesn't help get those prayers answered? Blabbing about it in the paper. We hope she pulled her sign in close today.