The woman who got into the X-ray machine at a station because she was afraid her bag would be stolen

The woman who got into the X-ray machine at a station because she was afraid her bag would be stolen

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Are you worried about your bag being stolen at security checkpoints at an airport or train station?

If so, you are not the only one.

To avoid losing their belongings, a Chinese woman got into an X-ray machine at a train station in southern China.

The staff at the Dongguan station was surprised by the silhouette of the woman on the machine monitors.

The strange incident occurred last Sunday in the middle of a large passenger traffic for the celebration of the Chinese New Year.

The images show the woman kneeling on all fours behind her luggage and wearing high-heeled shoes.

X-ray image with the silhouette of the woman and her belongings.  (Photo: Pear Video)
Image caption Train station security authorities advise passengers not to enter X-ray machines because of radiation hazards. (Photo: Pear Video)

After getting off the conveyor belt, the woman checked her belongings and went on her way.

The reason why the woman was so anxious not to abandon her handbag is not known, but many people in China carry large amounts of cash when they travel home for the Chinese New Year.

Radiation

Before the incident, the traveler had placed her suitcase on the conveyor belt and tried to walk through the security scanner with a small bag, according to the images of the video platform Pear Video China .

But the authorities told him that all the luggage had to go through the X-ray machine.

Illustrative image of a woman entering a person bag in an X-ray security control machine.Copyright of the GETTY IMAGES image
Image caption The woman feared being a victim of a robbery.

She refused to get rid of her purse and her solution was to go with her belongings on the conveyor belt.

The woman came out of the other side unscathed.

Since then, staff at the railway station in Dongguan advises passengers not enter the X – ray machines, since the radiation emitted by these devices ou can be harmful to health, local media reported.

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