Hoverboards go on sale in London: Parliament now demands emergency session to ban them (news).

It was to be expected, really.

On the very first day that Dyson Hoverboards went on sale in London at Currys PCWorld, Parliament is now demanding an emergency session to debate banning them in their totality, preferably before the Apple BlueShark iBoard joins the Dyson HovAir-One as the tool-of-choice of the wild new hobby of air-surfing.

There has been reported chaos across the British capital as early buyers were unsure whether the boards should be driven (flown?) on the pavement or in the road, and sometimes an erratic matter of both.

The mainstream media is adding to the predictable demonising of this novel and important new method of personal transport: see The Sun‘s lead story, today, “Hoverboard Hell Visits the UK”.

If you are one of these device’s early buyers, there’s a safety video we suggest you buy over at https://amzn.to/3J2Hhxc (it’s an affiliate link, BTW).

We don’t want to put you off buying one of these bad boys, but Jeremy Clarkson just announced a new Amazon Prime show with his ex-Top Gear crew, called Hover-Heads: Fly’n Fierce.

Hoverboards go on sale in London: Parliament now demands emergency session to ban them (news).
Hoverboards go on sale in London inside Currys PCWorld: Parliament now demands emergency session to ban them (news).

 

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