They said later that they were using the shock tactic
to raise awareness of the public's attitude to poverty and had the words Help the Poor and advertising for children's charity Unicef on the back of their signs.
Wouldn't it be more beneficial to draw attention in your newspaper to the excellent acute and chronic disease services that are available at our GP practices which can help ensure patients live long and healthy lives, rather than use "shock tactic
" headlines which demean and disrespect hard working practice staff all over North Wales?
Maybe try a shock tactic
and move out for a while and tell them why - because they clearly think they're better off without you and you're probably better off without them.
Photos of dummies showing the type of injuries crash victims can experience are used in a roadshow touring N.Wales colleges Shock tactic
: Dermot O'Leary
It's the latest shock tactic
in their week-long campaign to oust the government of prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.
MANAMA: Shock tactics
using horrific pictures on tobacco packaging are being brought in to combat smoking in Bahrain and the GCC.
The shock tactic
has won national and international recognition, with one advertising executive saying the posters tick all the right boxes for an advertising campaign designed to change behaviour and could be used across the UK.
THE phrase credit crunch has become the latest in a long line of shock tactic
nonsense expressions designed to enhance our willingness to give in to the demands of government, both national and local, and pay through the nose for the basic necessities of life.
EastEnders has long been a show where misery reigns supreme, but the show's producers are really scraping the bottom of the barrel if this kind of shock tactic
is the only thing they can come up with to attract viewers.
The view among many in one Coventry pub yesterday was that the shock tactic
posters would make no difference.
Director Greg Doran said: "It was a shock tactic
but that wore off and now it's just Andre in his box."
POLICE will adopt a crooks' shock tactic
to prevent motorists falling prey to carjammers.