A woman in the UK was carded when she purchased spoons as they were considered a dangerous item because someone was killed by a teaspoon.
The receipt for the bizarre sale was published on the website nannyknowsbest.blogspot.com, a website set up by an internet entrepreneur Ken Frost to "expose and resist the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain".
The site was subsequently bombarded with comments and suggestions for other items that could cause harm.
One posting read: "Tea towel and a couple of bottle of diet cream soda and you've got all the equipment for waterboarding an Asda manager."
Another reader remarked: "Seemingly Asda believe that nobody over 18 ever murdered anyone."
"If the Government are going to try to take away my constitutional rights this way, I'm going to carry the biggest calibre teaspoon I can find," another commentator added. "I will give up my teaspoon when they prise it from my cold, dead body."
Why not just ban the purchasing of anything by kids under 18 and parents, lock up your spoons, we must protect our kids. Only finger foods allowed for school lunches.