What a dumbass. Yeah, press the button to send that thing down and then stick your body in there and try to grab the last stuff. Real smart. Can't say I feel sorry for her. If there's a next time, then maybe she can try out some common sense.
If her head is stuck in a shaft like that is that consent? I would have took advantage of the situation for a good 3 minutes.
I stick my head in anything too.
So there are Democrats in Russia???
Vodka! Gets you in, then gets you out.
No body hit the up button?
That would suck to have to be so fucking stupid.
They probably could have saved precious seconds by walking and not shuffling around like theyre were wearing socks and trying to build up static electricity
so now you know why they call it a dumb waiter.
I got the point after about a minute or so. Didn't need the full 3:10!!
They seem more concerned about the lift than her. I would be too, those things are expensive!
Shit, if your hat stays on, you cant be that hurt.
No comp for her after they see this tape.
You look soooo Stuuuupid.
Oh Russia, the internet wouldn't be as interesting without you.
Sad that she was the smartest one there .Looks as if she was the only one that knew how to workthe up and down button(not the function though).
Isn't there 'safety' mechanism built in that thing????
This guy I used to work with in the shipping and receiving area had his head taken completely off in a similar way, all we could do was put RIP right on the cart where he died
@truckingman yeah its called only in the USA safety switch.
@joedumber: But do they have it over there???
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she thought she saw a vodka bottle in the back
Meanwhile, at the Russian Space Center cafeteria..
but is she dead?
I was hoping for the two dudes to get THEIR heads caught when someone hit the up button!
fuck an elevator, he got the shaft.
good thing that all russians are drunk all the time
@truckingman generally Europeans and the rest of the world aren't safety minded people. Thats why we see mutilation videos from everywhere except the US. They dont have any safety manuals or regulations. England is the closest to the US safety standards.