ALL products will soon feature graphic imagery illustrating how they might kill you.
Vivid stickers showing stick figures dying horribly will be plastered over goods ranging from apples to socks.
A government spokesman said: In the past, consumers have simply looked at things and decided whether to buy them based on what they are.
“But what about the hidden dangers? We all know it’s possible to choke on an apple, but also pieces of sliced apple can have razor-sharp edges.
“If you fell over carrying a slice of apple it could puncture your spleen, causing you to die a slow, agonising death while your wife and children watch in horror, as illustrated by this handy sticker.
“Similarly, getting shampoo in your eyes could easily leave you temporarily blinded, causing you to stumble out of the shower, down the stairs, out of the door and into the path of traffic.
From now on all shampoo will have a label showing a corpse thats been run over by a bus and exploded like a hedgehog. Its the only way to get the message across.
“Your government will protect you.”
Receptionist Nikki Hollis said: Last night I couldnt enjoy EastEnders because of a sticker on my new sofa showing someone getting anally impaled by a spring.
“However Im actually finding some of the warnings quite useful because Im one of those fuckwits who manages to misuse any sort of product.
For example it’s handy to know you shouldnt put paint in your tea if youve run out of milk.