The government has issued and urgent warning to glass house owners not to throw their Rolling Stones records about. This warning only applies to those living in said green houses.
"We have seen countless cases recently of cut fingers and grazes that are directly attributable to the tossing of stones inside these premises", said a spokesman.
Record throwing is a traditional English activity dating back to ye olden times of the mid 1970's, when mods and greasers would gather in botanical amphitheaters and toss their old 45's of Rolling Stones hits at each other.
The winner was deemed the one who smashed the most windows or decapitated the most people with the flying 'death frisbee's'.
"We thought this practice had long ago been ceased - especially when the Stones topped bringing out anything that anyone actually bought. But the rise of car boot sales has seen cheap bastards stocking up on old LP's and singles to toss about with abandon", added the spokesman.
So the advice is this: if you really need to be a Rolling Stones tosser, go out into a nice big wide field and toss off to your hearts content. But please under no circumstances do it in the enclosed space of a green house. Someone could get hurt.