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Highbury Seats Recalled

For those of you who purchased a Highbury seat, Arsenal Football Club have made a very imprtant announcement with regards to the orders.

The club has been informed that all of the Highbury seats, apart from the Directors’ Box, the dug outs and the Executive Box seats, contain very small amounts of the toxic metal cadmium.

The level of toxic material is exetremely small, and when outside there is no problem, however, when stored inside, there is the minutest of risks, but the club is not willing to chance the health of any supporters.

Every purchase will be refunded, but the situation can not be avoided.

To read the full article, click the link below.

Lets just hope our arse's don't start to glow in the dark.



Click here for the original Arsenal.com article




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 11 2006

Time: 12:16AM

Your Comments

Multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical companies, motor industries and what have you from the world over from time to time recall their products. Arsenal is not a "seat manufacturing company” so that it can be blamed for the choice of metals and materials that were used to manufacture those seats [understandbly some of them must be very old so wear and tear process sets in] but it is a professional Football Team that puts the life of an individual above anything else. Therefore, although there will be some sentiments from the fans, it is the BEST DECISION for the CLUB and EVERYONE else to abandon the sale.
SWPACIFIC
annoying, very, very annoying!!!
itsup4grabsnow
probably came from all the *****ers who sat on them
buckers_07
Highburry must have suffered from "seat poisoning" in it's dying moments!
SWPACIFIC
 

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