Hi everyone, Looking for some advice about whether there is any risk from a pipe in a flat I just moved into (not in UK). Under the kitchen sink, the cold water enters through a copper pipe that has been bent upwards in a weird shape so that it can reach the sink. They’ve done this because a drainage pipe (for a washing machine) is in the way, flush against the wall. The copper pipe isn’t attached to the wall for a good 1.5 feet or so. It also has a heavy-looking brass shut-off valve at the top of it. It seems relatively stable. I know it’s not a great set-up, but my specific concern is that the pipe might leak (or even burst?) because it has so little support. Any thoughts on whether this is very likely with a copper pipe installed like this? Very grateful for your help!