This is a little scary.

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  1. Feb 4, 2019 #1

    Chippy_Tea

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    It could be the shortest shower the first one in ever has (and i don't mean the height) ashock1


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    WTF!! ashock1
     
  3. Feb 4, 2019 #3

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    That's way to low down for plugging in a hair dryerashock1ashock1ashock1
     
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    Power shower :D
     
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    It's not for drying head hair.
     
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    I guess it’s for those that need to charge their phones whilst in the shower. That Facebook update won’t wait :laugh8:
     
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    When my mate was travelling South America, he sent me loads of photos. The photos weren't of Mayan pyramids or rain forests - they were all of scary electrics, mainly showers.

    I found them hilarious.
     
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    I have seen some scary wiring on showers in Africa but nothing like that
     
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    It'll be fine I'm sure he's put it on an RCD
     
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    It's actually ok. The model is 17ft tall...
     
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    I can see what's scary now. He's not wearing PPE, he'll have HSE shouting at him.
     
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    Yup, I know what would happen to me if I stood in the shower in me boots.
     
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    It's amazing what they get away with overseas!

    I went to do an HSE Audit on an ancient Indian rig and discovered that:
    1. On Day One, I had risked my life every time I went for a pee because the "bulge" in the floor in front of the urinals was caused by the corrosion that had eaten away the metal; so I was standing on rust covered with lino. (On Day Two, I managed to put a chipping hammer through the corrosion and lino with ease; and used a different toilet!)
    2. Every hand-tool on the rig had been modified or was not fit for purpose. My favourite was a 7lb sledge hammer that had a length of drill-wire welded to it to replace the original wood handle. I first saw it in action when one of the Roustabouts was using the "hammer and chisel" technique to cut through a wire; and his mate was holding the chisel. (As the chisel had a "mushroomed" head, the lad holding it had a choice of potential injuries.)
    Happy Days!

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    Just showed the above photo to SWMBO and actually had to explain why it had been posted! aheadbutt
     
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    Saying that the old lad looks well chuffed with his handy work.....
     
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    I can't see the problem.
     
  17. Feb 5, 2019 #17

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    Maybe he doesn't like the new owner. :laugh8:
     
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    I see he's left a gaping hole in the top of the socket to ensure water freely runs in. Nice touch!
     
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    I think you'll find he's left one in the bottom so it drains efficiently, so he's not daft!!!
     
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    Wife told him he couldn't have a brew shed, so he decided he would brew in the bathroom.
     

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