This picture proves once and for all how important it is to read the label on the can.
It shows a mystery woman who reportedly ended up in A&E after confusing her hair mousse with a can of expanding builder’s foam.
The image, believed to have been taken at a hospital somewhere in Eastern Europe, has been widely shared on social media on Tuesday.
Big mousse-take: This image, which has begun circulating on social media on Tuesday, shows a mystery woman, believed to be from Eastern Europe, who mixed up hair mousse with builders’ foam and ended up in hospital
She can be seen sitting in a waiting room looking understandably unhappy with her situation with a giant solid helmet of polyurethane foam on her head.
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Builders’ and at-home-handymen used the foam for everything from preventing leaks, to filling gaps during construction and holding items in place.
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That foam is nasty indeed. I accidentally got some of it on my clothes while insulating the spaces between my recently installed windows. I eventually gave up trying to get the stuff off. However, that isn’t important right now. When is the next episode coming out?!