So I decided to be a good bloke and pick up some prescription medicine for a relative (the difficulty being that she has arthritis in her hands and can't do simple things like unscrew bottle caps or hold pens), she takes two pills twice a day to stop the pain. The pharmacist fetched the prescription and I noticed that it was in one of those child-proof bottles so I laughed my socks off. I asked the pharmacist (who didn't think I was funny) why they would put medicine for people who have difficulty in opening things into a bottle that is more difficult to open than normal and he told me that it was to stop children from swallowing the pills. Obviously. Everyone seems to have stories of 'Health and Safety' going crazy, lets hear them.