The Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch held a contest to find the strangest consumer warning labels, ostensibly to bring attention to how lawsuit frenzy has forced manufacturers to take measures to make sure even the world’s biggest idiot can’t sue them for failing to inform about possible dangers of using their product.

The winner: a toilet brush with the admonition “Do not use for personal hygiene.”

Second place went to a children’s scooter that warned “This product moves when used”, and third place for a digital thermometer stating, “Once used rectally, this thermometer should not be used orally.”