>Sweet Christ, what’s wrong with people!?
There is a pretty good chance that a 150-year-old tree known as the Monkey puzzle might be cut down
because people might get poked by its needles
and get hurt. Yes, this story does come from the UK, how’d you know?
One expert likened the effect of the needles to being pricked by a hypodermic syringe.
‘Every effort is made in this day and age to prevent children playing with discarded syringe needles,’ a report stated.
‘Every effort must be made to prevent children coming into contact with these potentially, equally sharp needles.’
You know, if this so-called expert really wanted to think of the children, he/she would never open its mouth again because of the risk of the youngsters suffering exposure to harmful retardedness.