What were the warnings? First: “Use only to dry hands and face.” Ewww! I never considered it could be used for other drying purposes, or washing purposes. I must admit that that warning made me eye the visible cloth toweling suspiciously and wish that I had dried my hands with toilet paper.
Second: “Do not hang from towel.” Check. Say, is that warning really necessary? In the history of Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence, has there ever been an incident of a tort claim caused by failure to warn not to hang from a cloth towel dispenser?
And third: “Intentional misuse can be harmful or fatal.” Harmful, okay. Fool around with the towel, slip on a wet floor, dislocate something. But fatal? How? Hanging? Choking?
The sign didn’t say, and left all my questions unanswered.