I have kids, I try to keep them safe, that's my job. I look out for them, I nurture them, I want them to grow up free from hurt and pain. I try to reduce their risk of serious injury and being maimed. I'm sure I'm not alone.
That is why I don't have a death trap lurking in my garden. I don't provide the means for my kids to break bones, tear ligaments, render themselves or their friends unconscious, or knock their teeth out.
How do I do this?
I don't have a fucking trampoline in my garden, that's how!
It's half term, I am seeing a constant stream of children and the occasional adult who have managed to bounce themselves into trouble on these damn things. Most of the time, the incident is unwitnessed. i.e. The child is unsupervised.
In my opinion these trampolines should not be sold without a safety net, and should only be used under adult supervision. However where I work, the parents are often kids themselves so it's probably best they just steer clear altogether.