Councillors in Richmond Hill, Leeds have decided that your street address cannot be 4 anything:
The Chinese word for death sounds similar to the number 4. This has led to superstitions surrounding that digit (known as tetraphobia). In China, for example, floor numbers often skip the number 4.
Under Richmond Hill’s street-naming and address guide, the number 13 — which some consider unlucky — is currently not used for street numbers and Ward 1 Councillor Greg Beros, who presented Monday night’s [13 May] motion, thinks similar steps should be taken for the number 4.
The vote of the Council was five to, um, four. Fortunately, all other problems in Richmond Hill have been solved.
(Via this @syaffolee tweet.)