Parents should not allow under-fives to touch animals at petting farms, a leading microbiologist has said amid E.coli fears involving four sites.I do believe (I don't have any myself) that they are 'the most difficult part of the population' to get to eat their greens, as well. And to ignore warnings not to cross the road without looking...
Professor Hugh Pennington said they were "most likely to touch the animals" and "the most difficult part of the population to get to wash their hands".
So, should we feed them only chicken dippers and keep them indoors? What say you, Pennington, you great ninny? I mean, they aren't in charge, are they? It's the adults that are in...
Oh. Or, are they?
Professor Pennington said: "Clearly I think the public expects that we have a really good look at the guidelines.So, the problem isn't with the guidelines at all, then?
"And also to look at the way the guidelines are being implemented - it's all very well having guidelines if people are not following them."
So why would the people who aren't following those guidelines follow the ones you are now suggesting!?