Those of you who have been entertained by Cliff Richard, bus driver turned singer, over the past few centuries should be warned.
Nanny has decreed that he poses a health and safety risk!
That at least is the conclusion of the people who run Birmingham's National Indoor Arena (BNIA).
You see, for the fans of Cliff, nothing adds more pleasure to their experience of a live concert than camping out in car parks; in order to build up the pre concert mood.
Cliff recently performed at the BNIA, 16th and 17th of November, and his fans were expecting to do what they always do pre concert; namely camp out in the multi storey car park.
Not this year chums.
BNIA venue bosses decided that such an activity was a health and safety risk, as the BNIA was also be packed with families watching Disney on Ice.
An NEC Group spokeswoman said at the time:
"Historically, we are used to Cliff's army of fans camping in the car park during the spring as they wait for his tennis tournament tickets to go on sale.
But at that time of year we're normally very quiet, so having tents instead of cars in the multi-storey isn't really an issue.
Disney on Ice is traditionally staged at the NIA during half-term, so there are health and safety issues to consider, and we couldn't guarantee their safety at that time.
We are expecting a lot of people to turn up very early on October 30 to get their place in the queue."
Only in Britain!