walk on thin ice

walk on thin ice

verb
See also: ice, on, thin, walk
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With possible severe weather to hit Yorkshire the company's health and safety manager, Nikki Kemmery, said: "Our reservoirs are popular attractions all year round but, with the cold spell set to continue over the next few days, we're concerned visitors may be tempted to walk on thin ice which may form around the edges.
Nikki Kemmery, Yorkshire Water's health and safety manager, said: "Our reservoirs are popular attractions all year round but, with more cold weather forecast over the next few days, we're concerned visitors may be tempted to walk on thin ice which could quite easily break under their weight.
She said: "Reservoirs are popular attractions all year, but with the cold spell to continue, we're concerned that visitors may be tempted to walk on thin ice.