This is awful! I had no idea sunscreen was flammable!
Stay away from grills and fires this summer if you're using sunscreen! And especially keep kids safe!
I must commend Mr. Sigworth for not immediately looking to sue. Maybe there is some sanity left in the world. When I first saw this story it was
going to be turned into another case like the woman who burnt herself with the Starbucks coffee.
Aerosols like Axe cans can be dangerous around sources of heat, it's a mistake not to think that if you can use a deoderant like a flamethrower that
sunscreen applied by aerosol wouldn't act in a similar manner. I feel sorry for the guy, but it seems like common sense.
ahh it was a spray sunscreen.......don't smoke a light a smoke in the middle of using these spray things that are flammable.
by the way, the lady burned by the coffee was at mcdonalds...and yes everyone knows coffee is hot...but she got 3rd degree burns in her lap......no
one expects coffee to be so hot to burn you that badly.
The label should have mentioned that the sunscreen DOES NOT protect Vampires from being affected by direct sunlight!
The Vampire assumption is Obvious considering it was in Massachusetts which alone is not far from Maine. Located in Maine, just 50 miles from Bangor,
is a place called Collinsport which is a hotbed for vampires.
And I won't mention the witch activities in and around Salem!
You learn this stuff when you grow up watching old movies and TV series...
Poor sod. I never realized the stuff can burn either -not that surprising though, given I'm living through yet another, rainy English summer. That's
been ironic too -it started near the moment the government declared drought!
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