People rarely read the warning labels on the products they buy, but sometimes it can give you a good laugh. So, for the sake of humour (and also safety) always read the warning label before use. Keep reading for some warning labels so strange that you’ll be left wondering why the company felt they had to even print them.
Warning label on a wheelbarrow:
You have to buy the high-end model to get the wheelbarrow up to 110kph.
Warning label on a baby stroller:
OK, who tried to fold up the stroller before taking their baby out?