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Woman follows beloved bag into X-ray scanner at Chinese train station

Woman follows beloved bag into X-ray scanner at Chinese train station

Airport or station security points can be absolutely rammed, and when you finally get to the metal detector, you feel the pressure of a thousand eyes watching as you de-metal yourself quicker than an Aldi checkout. As I'm sure they would be.

The woman rode through the security screening machine on Sunday in the southern city of Dongguan because she wanted to protect her money, the People's Daily's Facebook post and other media reports said.

In footage taken from a surveillance camera and shown on Pearvideo.com on Tuesday, the unidentified woman is seen approaching the security checkpoint and loading her luggage onto the scanner's conveyor belt.

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Two X-ray images showed a silhouette of the woman, still in her high heels, kneeling on all fours behind her belongings.

The woman refused to be parted from her handbag and jumped on after it at a station.

An obviously bewildered staff wasn't really clear on the valuables the bag contained that made the woman do something so unwonted, but the assumption is that it probably had a lot of cash, given out as a tradition in Chinese New Year.

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Hordes of passengers wait to board trains at Shanghai's Hongqiao Railway Station as the annual Spring Festival travel rush begins ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Shanghai February 12, 2018.

They were told the radiation given off by the machine had the potential to be harmful to anyone silly enough to climb inside.

Would you ever climb into an X-ray machine for your precious belongings?

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