Mr Wood said: 'I know electric cars are trendy at the minute but people need to be aware of the dangers.'It [the set-up in the picture] is just dangerous isn't it?
It's electricity at the end of the day and you can't mess about with it.'It can still kill you or do damage.
In a recent warning, the Government’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) ruled that the risks of codeine-based cough syrups outweigh the benefits for under-18s and their use should be confined to adults.
The drug safety watchdog said there was ‘little evidence’ the codeine in mixtures such as Evacode Paediatric Linctus, Galcodine Linctus Paediatric and Terpin & Codeine Linctus, relieves coughs in children and warned that it can cause side-effects from nausea and vomiting to fits, hallucinations and abnormal heart rhythms.
The i3 can take up to 12 hours to charge using a 13amp domestic supply.
The wrong combination can result in toxic doses of morphine, even at conventional doses of codeine.‘For infants and young children in particular, this can be deadly.’ Concerns about codeine have led to warnings about addiction being added to packaging but campaigners believe more could be done.My wife drives a petrol and I drive a diesel.''I shared the pictures on social media and people agreed that whilst it's "trendy" to have an electric car, it can be really dangerous.'I showed the pictures to my wife Emily too, and she was shocked.'It was raining on that day and the guy just had it hooked up with an extension cable.'That's so dangerous.There's a complete lack of understanding about electricity in the picture. Electric cars are in line for a £540million funding boost in a bid to persuade more drivers to ditch diesel and petrol cars.The image clearly shows the heavy-duty car charger connected to a long cable reel hub that sits on the gravel path apparently drenched in rain, with the extension lead trailing off towards the resident's front door.Mr Wood slammed the owner, claiming that charging the vehicle in this way in the rain could have electrocuted him or another passerby.