Yes, that headline is intentionally supposed to confuse you*. See this article, from the Boston Sunday Globe, about a Boston woman's crusade to fix poor grammar in public. Here's a snippet:
"RUN EASY BOSTON," the ads announced, inviting locals to . . . do what?
The question began to haunt her.
"Should I run an easy Boston? Should I run, and is Boston a promiscuous city?" she riffed on her travel blog, katesadventures.com. Her conclusion: "Without punctuation, we have nothing."
Go grammar vandal!
*If igDana and I had our own sets of punctuation stickers, we would have BEAT the grammar vandal to the task. But I assure you, nobody's been bloodied over the situation. Yet.