Chinese woman rides through X-ray scanner rather than parting with purse

15 February, 2018, 05:45 | Author: Regina Lloyd
  • Chinese woman rides through X-ray scanner rather than parting with purse

"You see new unusual things every day", a person wrote on social media after seeing the Dongguan footage.

In a freaky incident that occurred at a train station in Dongguan, southern China's Guangdong Province, on February 11, a woman climbed inside an X-ray machine as she was scared that her bag could get stolen during the mad rush.

That said, what's the craziest thing you've ever seen take place at a security line?

Imagine being the officer in charge of monitoring the X-ray machine. I can see them thinking. The Daily Mail says she was likely one of millions who will have been travelling for the Lunar New Year which happens on 16 February.

Screengrab of a video showing the woman climbing off the belt of the X-ray machine.

Shocked staff did not stop her as she clambered off and went to get her train at Dongguan, China. The powerful X-rays machines which are used for security purposes are quite harmful to health, because the radiation exposure can cause cell mutations that may lead to cancer.

"Do not [put] yourself into the security inspection machine", passengers were told.

Despite the best efforts of the machine's operators to deter the woman, she travelled through full length of the conveyor and emerged unscathed along with assorted items of baggage, at the far end.

Even if you're particularly attached to your belongings, don't jump into an X-ray machine.

An unbelievable photograph shows the women on all fours on a conveyor belt as she follows her bag as it passes through the security scanner.



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