There we are, sitting in a café not far from the beach at Damjan, near Vannes, and there's a shop opposite selling touristy holiday beach gear, including this inflatable whale. I was struck by the fact that the top of the tail, and much of the right-hand side, were plastered with warning notices. Manufacturers have to cover themselves these days, and I categorise the cost of this under the general heading of "stupid tax". (Like the extra button press I have to make every time I use the GPS, to release the maker from claims by people who drive to the wrong town)
I especially like the first warning notice here: The English version reads "No protection against drowning". This is not true, of course, and you'd think that they'd at least try to get the wording right. I await a court case where someone drowns despite the presence of this floating whale nearby because they read the warning.