‘Still too early for shirtsleeves’ Government warns
The Department of the Environment today warned the public that, despite a series of pleasantly sunny days, it is not yet sufficiently clement to consider leaving the house without a jacket.
Official guidelines, designed to prevent unnecessary chills and leg-waxing appointments, state that until there is a 15-day period with an average temperature above 22 celsius people should not travel without a lightweight coat, or woolly tights if considering wearing a skirt.
Even then the dangers are not over, warned a Department spokesperson, stating that everyone should be aware that, regardless of temperatures, anyone wearing a short-sleeved shirt to the office ‘will automatically be assumed to work in IT’.Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Apr 15th, 2009 by AdrianJ
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