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Crews said instructions which specify how long bags should be heated for should be strictly followed and the bags should only be used for their intended purpose, often to give relief to joints and treat muscular injuries.Mrs Hickey was asleep when the bag caught fire at her home in Wallasey Village near Liverpool at around 4.30am on Sunday.He called me every name under the sun.'Anyone who knows me knows I always pick up my dog poo, but this was raw, like liquid.'I'd wormed Jackson the day before - the first time I've done it - and his stomach wasn't responding too well.'I'd taken four bags out with me and filled them all so I was just trying to get him home.'I covered the poo with twigs and poured some water on it to try and wash where it had landed.'This bloke came out of his house, completely irate."Extra care should be taken by parents if these products are used by children.“If the wheat bag doesn’t carry any instructions, be very wary about using it.” In 2010 Josephine Lloyd died in her home after a wheat bag she was heating caught fire in her microwave.For this reason, it is vital to follow manufacturers' instructions to avoid possible injury." There have also been concerns raised about the dangers of children using the bags.Philip Le Shirley, product safety adviser at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (Ro SPA), said: “To use microwaveable wheat bags safely, follow the instructions and pay particular attention to the wattage of the microwave, as the higher the wattage, the quicker the wheat bag will heat up, so this may vary the length of time it needs to be in the microwave for.
At one point in the clip, the pensioner bellows 'You dirty c***, you dirty c***, dirty c***, clean your f****** s*** up, clean your dog s*** up' before screaming 'aaargh shut up' when David tells him to calm down'It's on CCTV from our house that he poured water on it, went across the road, got a pile of leaves, then trod it in and squashed it and then walked away.'I was in the bedroom window cleaning the windows and I watched him.'He does what he does and then he walked away and I shouted at him from the bedroom window.'The aggression was more from him.
John said: 'That particular person refused to clean it up.
He never said he was coming back.'He told us he had no bags with him and that he wasn't going to clean it up at all.'Honest to god, he never said he was coming back.
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An irate pensioner was caught on camera screaming foul-mouthed abuse at a dog walker who was unable to clean up his sick animal's dirt - because it had diarrhoea.
She is believed to be the first person to die from using one of the bags in her bed while she slept, but is not the first to be killed or injured as at least five others have died using one.