Parents are being urged to prevent their children suffering from serious harm by throwing away plug socket covers. The warning comes after an electrician posted a video on Facebook demonstarting how they could expose children to a 230V current and urged parents to discard the so-called 'safety' decives. The father-of-five shows how easily his toddlers, Jayden and Preston, can remove and replace the covers, reports the Mirror.
Mums and dads are being urged to throw plug socket covers away to prevent their children seriously harming themselves. An electrician posted a warning about "horrible, unsafe" socket covers on Facebook a week ago. The father-of-five has urged parents to discard the 'safety' devices after demonstrating how they could expose children to a 230V current.
A Bristol-based electrician has urged parents to ditch plug socket covers, warning they are “horrible” and “unsafe” for children. Steve Palmer, from JPS Electrical Services has become an internet sensation after he revealed how the ‘safety’ devices could expose children to a 230V current. In a video uploaded to Facebook, the father-of-five demonstrated how deadly they could be. He showed how easily his sons, Jayden, one at the time, and Preston, three, can remove and replace the covers.
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