Britain’s most Deadly Tourist Attractions (for Mobile Phones)

Posted date: : March 3, 2013
Britain’s most Deadly Tourist Attractions (for Mobile Phones) For mobile phones, Alton towers have been listed by one of the mobile insurers as the deadliest tourist attraction in Britain. However, more sedate families claim that on days out, they have witnessed a huge number of mobile users damaging their phones.
According to a report from London Dungeon, most of the phone users could be seen dropping their handsets because frights at this attraction “spooked’ them. On the other hand, having unzipped pockets meant doom for many phones.
One of the mobile insurers has compiled a chart featuring the top 10 for British days out. When people go to these places, they are likely to file for claims because of their broken phones.
The number on the list is hair-rising rides that are seen at Alton Towers and this does not come as a surprise. However, Safari parks’ more sedate thrills like Longlet are highly dangerous to mobile phones too.
Alton Towers’ claims are 517 while those for Blackpool Pleasure Beach are second at 503, according to The lowest in the chart is London Zoo although the risk is also present considering that the number of phones that have been broken here is 217. Therefore, you may want to steer clear of this attraction as well.