This thread is inspired by Fear Factor gets sued.
Warning labels on devices should be completely obvious to those with common sense. However, there are those that need warnings or are just opportunistic enough to sue when there is no warning label. Here's a site with a few: http://www.mlaw.org/wwl/
The winning warning label prize went to this one:
What do you think of our lawsuit happy nation?TOILET BRUSH THAT WARNS, “DO NOT USE FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE” WINS TOP PRIZE IN M-LAW’S EIGHTH ANNUAL WACKY WARNING LABEL CONTEST
A flushable toilet brush that warns users, “Do not use for personal hygiene” has been identified as the nation’s wackiest warning label in an annual contest sponsored by a consumer watchdog group.
Why should be people be warned?