This is an information card taken from my room at the Dan Panorama Hotel in Eilat, Israel. Notice the English translation requests:
You are kindly requested not to use electrical appliances such as irons, ketties, etc. in your room.
So what is a ketty, or ketties? Well, in the Hebrew version above, it corresponds with the word קומקום
which translates to KETTLES. So I'm guessing when someone was translating the Hebrew into English, they used a lowercase L when writing KETTlES, and this was reasonably mistaken for an uppercase i by the non-English speaking printer. By the way, this is not the first time someone has made the grave error of substituting a handwritten lowercase L for a printed uppercase i.