2014 Wacky Warning Labels Contest Winners!

The finalists have been selected, and they’re wackier than ever.  The Wacky Warning Labels™ Contest, which reaches tens of millions of Americans each year, entertains and alarms the nation about the lawsuit-happy culture and the lengths to which companies must go to avoid lawsuits.


On July 24, 2014, cash prizes of $1,000 for the grand prize, $500 for the second place prize and $250 for the third place prize were announced during John Stossel’s show on Fox Business Network. 


The Stossel Show studio audience selected the label on the cell phone battery booster submitted by Larry Klein of Costa Mesa, California as the grand prize winner.  Second place went to Mark Lengel of Novi, Michigan for the label he found on a football helmet. The third place winner was Tim Weibel of Grand Island, New York for the label he found on a sheet of decals.  Click to watch the video

Wacky Warning Labels™ on the Frank Beckmann Show --  Bob Dorigo Jones has appeared regularly on Frank Beckmann’s daily radio show on WJR-AM 760 in Detroit, MI. A veteran award-winning broadcaster, Frank’s show reaches well over 750,000 listeners weekly and is one of the top-rated programs on the station.

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Money Radio based in Phoenix, Arizona recently celebrated 25 years of broadcasting investment/ consumer programming via traditional radio and online. Here, hosts Julie Doughtery and Ken Morgan talk with Bob about wacky labels and America’s lawsuit problem. 

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San Diego-based talk show host, Derrick Evens, a.k.a Mr. Credit, is a consumer advocate who advises listeners on a variety of financial issues. Here, he talks with Bob about the 2014 Wacky Warning Label Contest and real-life stories of lawsuit abuse.

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Doc Thompson, a conservative/libertarian talk show host on Glenn Beck’s Blaze Radio Network, says he looks forward to the Wacky Warning Label Contest every year because it uses humor to get Americans talking about the serious issue of excessive litigation.

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Read Bob Dorigo Jones's Op-Ed in the Washington Times!


2014 Grand Prize Winner


A Cell Phone Battery Booster Warns:

"Get rid of children."


Sent in by Larry Klein

Costa Mesa, CA 


2014 Second Place Winner


A Regulation Football Helmet


"No helmet system can protect you from

serious brain and/or neck injuries including

paralysis or death. To avoid these risks, do not engage in the sport of football."


Sent in by Mark Lengel

Novi, MI


2014 Third Place Winner


A Sheet of Bicycle Helmet

Decals Warns:

"Decals are for decoration only and will

not prevent you from any bodily harm

or injury."


Sent in by Tim Weibel

Grand Island, NY


A Printer Ink Toner Warns:

"Do not drink."


Sent in by Peter Differ

Lawrenceville, GA


A Mickey Mouse 4-in-1 Ride On

Toy Warns:

"Do not push vehicle while child is

riding on it."


Sent in by Aaron Koop

West Chester, OH


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Bob Dorigo Jones and Mike Gallagher discuss how the Wacky Warning Labels contest reveals barriers to entrepreneurship in America!

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Tell us about the Wacky Warning Labels you spot and if your nominee is chosen the 2014 winner by John Stossel's live television audience on Fox Business in July, you'll win $1,000!

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  Label sent to us by an alert WWL spotter who found this on towels sold by White Company, a retail company in England, known for selling quality linens and household products.

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