“Stepping into oncoming traffic may be bad for you”
In a groundbreaking study the university of Manchester school of social sciences in collaboration with Oxford Brooke’s university department of The bleeding obvious found that 9 out of 10 people who stepped into oncoming traffic suffered adverse consequences.
In a pilot study funded by the the home office researchers spent years painstakingly designing the study which now beyond any doubt proves that stepping into oncoming traffic is detrimental to health
But university of Brisbane academic penny la butte from the department of contrarian studies disagreed.
I can’t see anything wrong with stepping into oncoming traffic and if people want to do it it should be about personal choice
The university of Manchester has bid for further funding from the head of England social sciences committee chief Gray V Train. The successful studies will be picked in the autumn.
The vice chancellor said this is an excellent example of multi agency partnerships.