In 2017, the U.K.’s Environment Agency reported that the country was the second worst place in the world to protect fish habitat.
And now the government wants to take the title off its website to warn consumers about the dangers of wearing fishnet stockings indoors.
The site’s makers have now removed the warning that reads, “This product is not suitable for children under 13 years of age.”
Instead, the website now has an option to opt-in to the message.
And in the meantime, the government says its own website has the warning.
In 2017, The Huffington and The Guardian both reported on a number of fishnets being worn by some women in Britain.
But while the devices can be effective at reducing the risk of catching a cold, the British government has yet to recommend wearing them indoors.
Fishnet stockages are not just for women: Many other women are also using them to help them reduce their risk of contracting the cold.
A survey conducted by the British Academy of Sciences found that 80 percent of the women surveyed used the fishnet to reduce their chances of catching the flu.
A recent study conducted by scientists at Imperial College London found that a group of female college students who had used the same fishnet over several weeks reduced their risk for the coronavirus by 75 percent.
If you are thinking about wearing a fishnet for work, make sure you don’t wear it in a dark room, where it can get caught in the dust and attract the cold, according to the U,S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.