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Handle with care? - or distinct lack there of

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Sending a package abroad? Here's a word of advice: Pick your airline carefully.

A hilarious video has captured the care - or distinct lack there of - taken by an air freight handler at Guangzhou airport in China recently.

The worker energetically ditches a trolley full of boxes in the general vicinity of a conveyer belt, which is supposed to transport them inside the airplane. But only a few actually hit their target, with most landing on the tarmac with a crash.

http://www.dailymail...ages-plane.html

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DO NOT PANIC. We managed to save one of the blue Ming vases and now have it displayed in our museum:

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Sometimes these shipping companies don't handle packages too well here either. Ever ordered something to find the box was crushed and it was broke?

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Solution:

Put a sticker on the box, saying:

"Handle with care. Do not drop. Extreme shock may cause explosion." And in both English and Chinese, of course, assuming the personnel can read.

But I think a simple skull and bones sticker would do as well.

Anyway, at least blind people can get a decent job in China, heh.

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never mind ... duct tape solves everything ....

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never mind ... duct tape solves everything ....

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Thats ridiculous!

They should have used silver duck tape.eyes.gif

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Thats ridiculous!

They should have used silver duck tape.eyes.gif

that would be an extra $4.86 .... the boss ain't buying //

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that would be an extra $4.86 .... the boss ain't buying //

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Ah!

Ok, what about painting the car beige?

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Well that's just foolish, now the guy has to go back and move all those boxes that missed a second time to get them loaded. Haphazard loading makes for twice the work.

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Ah!

Ok, what about painting the car beige?

and then silver duct tape ?

:lol:

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the guy was having a bad day .... a ruff day ... its also known as work rage .... it is not like that everyday ... else the company would go under in a week

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Well that's just foolish, now the guy has to go back and move all those boxes that missed a second time to get them loaded. Haphazard loading makes for twice the work.

Well, he wasn't doing that bad, considering his guide dog had a day off?

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He got fire ,Smithfield has hired him to be foreman at the new pork plant .

*stabs self with dull butter knife*

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The video is almost a year old now...

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Solution:

Put a sticker on the box, saying:

"Handle with care. Do not drop. Extreme shock may cause explosion." And in both English and Chinese, of course, assuming the personnel can read.

But I think a simple skull and bones sticker would do as well.

And then your items, wether it be cheap ebay fodder or a prized collectable will be taken to a remote field and destroyed in a controlled explosion.

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Solution:

Put a sticker on the box, saying:

"Handle with care. Do not drop. Extreme shock may cause explosion." And in both English and Chinese, of course, assuming the personnel can read.

But I think a simple skull and bones sticker would do as well.

Anyway, at least blind people can get a decent job in China, heh.

Put a Radio Active sticker on

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