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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ChristopherJ, 24 Jul 2012.
Only in America!
Don't know whether to laugh or cry.
How ridiculous - candidate for a Darwin Award?
I notice she also appears to be perfectly capable of walking away from the scene, which begs the questions how necessary is the mobility scooter in the first place?
Praise the Almighty Lord, she can walk!
You need to die in the process to be a candidate for a Darwin.
What an idiot trying to take that up the escalator!
Just to look at it from a different viewpoint on the walking away, quite a few people who have wheelchairs and such can walk for a short distance but can't stand/walk for long periods of time, so this could be why she has it. Doesn't excuse this stunt though!
She would still rate for an honourable mention wouldn't she?
I know I shouldn't laugh really, she might have been injured if it had been slightly different, but laugh I did I'm afraid.
One of the most dangerous places in a station is usually the stairs or escalators - normally due to the fact that people don't use them correctly, are elderly/infirm, or under the influence.
Nothing wrong with laughing at the terminally stupid, one day they might learn not to do things that are obviously going to end badly.
Indeed, the escalators at Reading are a noted accident blackspot, as certain TMs are inordinately fond of telling us.
Some people can use wheelchairs on escalators.
a friend took his mother (who was in a wheelchair) down an escalator in Munich (facing forward), needless to say she fell out
ok its nasty to laugh but I did. I'm so going to hell.
but seriously was she retarded and in a wheelchair? man what a stupid thing to do....
(before anyone says anything I have a mental disability)