Updated at 5.14pm: The Customs and Excise Department on Thursday urged people to stop using a glass-top table which is unsafe. The department found that samples of the table (Model No: CP-2119C) obtained from a supplier in Kwun Tong had failed to comply with the British Standard?s furniture test (BS EN 1730:2000). Test results showed the table could not support the minimum weight required by the British Standard. When overloaded, the table?s legs fold and it overturns. Customs officers served a prohibition notice on the supplier earlier this week restricting it from selling the unsafe tables, a spokesman said. 'Investigations are continuing. Depending on the investigation result, the concerned supplier will be charged for breaching the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance [CGSO],' the spokesman said. The department urged people to stop using the unsafe tables and contact the company for inquiries, refunds or exchanges for other goods. ?Under the CGSO, manufacturers, importers and suppliers were required to ensure that their goods were safe. The CGSO has imposed a general safety requirement (GSR) on all consumer goods, including glass-top tables,? he added. The maximum penalty for the offence is a $500,000 fine and a two years? imprisonment.