"A washing machine complete with a warning not to put anybody inside has been given an award for the "wackiest warning" by a US lobby group.
The Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch says the tendency of Americans to sue companies has gone too far, encouraging absurd warning labels on products.
But others say warning labels can play a role in protecting the public.
An engine manufacturer which warned "Never use a lit match or open flame to check fuel level" won second prize. ..."
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