A man who bought the new 'Bath-o-Matic' software for his iPhone is extremely angry as the gadget went wrong on the first attempt.
Millionaire, Sir Christopher Plumber spoke to In Seine News from his luxury six bedroom mansion in Shropshire and explained what had happened;
"I went to the CEDIA Expo 2009 at the ExCeL centre in London earlier this week and saw the Bath-o-matic demonstration. I thought to myself; "I've got to have one of those!" There is nothing I like better than to have a good soak when I get in from work - I could even save money by sacking the chambermaid!"
"Naturally, I wanted to be one of the first in the country to be able to use this gadget and so I bought one; yes, I bought one! Cleverly, the people that Apple have given away the software for free, but as everyone knows, things are never free; I had to buy the sensory the equipment. - £4,000 it cost!"
"On my way home yesterday, I programmed it to run a bath when I was 3 miles away. I switched it on with great relish. However, when I got in the house, I was horrified as great torrents of water were gushing down the stairs. to meet me. In all fairness, it's my own fault. I'd forgotten that there are three baths in my house and it had only run all three together and two off them did not stop. Oh boy do I feel embarrassed!!?"
A spokesman for Apple said "It was only supposed to do one bath and the sensors simply could not cope - we shall have to look into the problem. As Sir Christopher is the first one to buy our equipment, we shall do our best to rectify the situation."