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Always read the fine print! People reveal the hilarious (and bizarre) labels they’ve seen

Many tend to ignore the fine print and skip warning labels – but aside from ignoring potential warnings, they may also be missing out on hilarious messages left behind by manufacturers.

People from all over the world have been sharing the bizarre notices they’ve seen on products – and Bored panda collected the best (and worst) in a funny gallery.

For example, in the US there was a doormat with a whole list of warnings, including ‘do not glue on pregnant women’ and ‘do not play with the mat’.

Meanwhile, an American cat shampoo, with a picture of a feline on the bottle, specifically warned not to use the mixture on cats in the fine print.

Elsewhere, someone bought a watermelon and beetroot juice from the British brand Pret, only to find that watermelon was not listed as an ingredient on the packaging.

People from all over the world have been sharing the bizarre notices they saw on products and Bored Panda collected the best ones into a funny gallery.  One London pub was bold with its sign

People from all over the world have been sharing the bizarre messages they saw on products and Bored Panda has collected the best in a funny gallery. A London pub was cheeky with its sign

Australian actor Chris Hemsworth’s Centr App also started charging money on day six of its seven-day free trial.

And in another case, a mother noted that her child’s second birthday badge was not suitable for children under the age of three.

Here, FEMAIL takes a look at some of the most bizarre warning labels people have discovered…

Meanwhile, a doormat was delivered in the US with a large list of warnings, including 'do not glue on pregnant women' and 'do not tease with mat'

Meanwhile, a doormat was delivered in the US with a large list of warnings, including ‘do not glue on pregnant women’ and ‘do not tease with mat’

Elsewhere, someone bought a watermelon and beetroot juice from British brand Pret, but realized watermelon wasn't listed as an ingredient

Someone else bought a watermelon and beetroot juice from British brand Pret, only to realise that watermelon was not listed as an ingredient

Elsewhere, a 'kickball' carried a warning, which - ironically - read in the small print: 'not to kick'

Elsewhere, a ‘kickball’ had a warning on it, which – ironically – read in small print: ‘not for kicking’

Meanwhile, Chris Hemsworth's Centr App was already charging people money on day six of a seven-day free trial

Meanwhile, Chris Hemsworth’s Centr App was already charging people money on day six of a seven-day free trial

Elsewhere, students in Surrey were immediately disappointed when they saw the small print on this sign

Elsewhere, students in Surrey were immediately disappointed when they saw the small print of this sign

A box of crackers from the US claimed to contain 'no artificial flavours', but the ingredients list says so

A box of crackers from the US claimed to have ‘no artificial flavours’, but they are listed in the ingredients

One mother noted that her child's second birthday badge was not suitable for children under the age of three

One mother noted that her child’s second birthday badge was not suitable for children under the age of three

Meanwhile, a cat shampoo from the US, with a picture of a cat on the bottle, specifically warned in the fine print that it should not be used on cats

Meanwhile, a cat shampoo from the US, with a picture of a cat on the bottle, specifically warned in the small print that it should not be used on cats

An emoji smiley on the packaging of this magnesium could confuse some people and make them think they are taking vitamin D

An emoji smiley on the packaging of this magnesium could confuse some people and make them think they are taking vitamin D

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