BAN THE BALL

During a recent visit to a park near my home one of my grandsons picked up a fallen tree limb and whacked his brother with it. I briefly considered suing the local council for allowing children access to a potential weapon so I understand public parks’ litigation potential:

An Adelaide council will review the use of cricket balls at its reserves after a councillor raised the fear it could be sued if someone was injured by a stray ball.

Councils should perhaps provide appropriate safety gear or family friendly, non-ball playthings.

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