Welcome to Dumb Warnings, where you may see the consequences of numerous pointless lawsuits. This site is dedicated to helping companies fight this menace which is plaguing society today. In addition to funny warnings labels, this site will also feature instructions, rules, and other information frequently placed on packages.
Warning: More Warnings Ahead
A letter distributed to staff and students included the following message:
For safety reasons all staff and students are reminded that the taking of hot drinks out of the Refectory / fast food areas is strictly forbidden.
Several slipping accidents have already occurred as a result of liquid being spilt on the floor and the probability of someone suffering from a serious scalding accident whilst walking along busy corridors and getting into crowded lifts is high.
Your full cooperation in ensuring that you do not put yourself and others at risk is required.
The following is found on page 4 of the instruction book:
To place or answer a call, lift the handset.
To place a call, dial the desired number.
To end the call, hang up the handset.
Another gem, also on Page 4:
To put a call on Hold: Press “Hold”.
Do not put boiling water or more than 10% alcohol in this cup.
This product is only to be prescribed by a physician and fit only by a trained technician.
Do not ingest.
Peel fruit from cellophane backing before eating.
Wait for Green
Do not wash or dry clean.
For external use only
Keep out of children.
Warning to tourists: don’t laugh at the natives.
Cruise ships use airport exit
Warning: Do no operate vehicle on road, a collision may occur with another vehicle. (does this apply to cars as well?)