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Sunday, 18 July 2010

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Hospitals have launched a safety campaign following an alarming rise in the number of accidents caused by Computer games.

Professor Green from the department of Health and Computer Safety told us:

'With the rising popularity of games such as WI, or Guitar Hero, we have seen a lot of computer related injury's in the past few years. These range from advanced Repetitive Strain Injury and Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, or injuries to elbows and knees, but now with the invention of the WII Kama Sutra we have had men, women, couples, and sometimes groups of three or four coming in with injuries to bring water to your eyes'

It is thought that as Guitar Hero sees more people playing guitar in fantasy, than they do in real life, the invention of the Wii Kama Sutra has seen more people have fantasy sex based accidents and incidents.

Professor Green went onto say: 'The Wii Kama Sutra is great for people who are socially awkward, but at nearly £1,000 it is very expensive. Our advice is to meet someone nice, take them out for a film and a meal, and let nature take its course. It may not pay off every time, but it is a lot less embarrassing than coming in with a Wii Kama Sutra related accident, and at least you will not face that shame, because we always keep records of these things'.

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