WINONA, Texas (AP) — A decorative globe not meant for use in getting from here to there has helped a Texas woman win the 15th Annual Wacky Warning Labels contest.
Organizers on Monday announced the top entry was submitted by Kelly Watson of Winona, about 100 miles southeast of Dallas.
The 7-inch worldly item includes a label warning that says: "These globes should not be referred to for navigation."
The contest is a project of the nonprofit Center for America. The group promotes itself as helping to educate, motivate and empower Americans to expand skills, entrepreneurship, prosperity and freedom.
Watson has won $1,000 from the organization, which calls out silly warning labels and rails against lawsuits it deems frivolous.