27 Feb '18, 7am

[Mothership] Boy in China pees on lift buttons, lift immediately malfunctions

The greatest way to deter lift urination has been discovered, as one young boy in Chongqing, China found out first-hand. Advertisement This was after the cheeky loser seized the chance to urinate all over the lift buttons while travelling in it alone. Got trapped instead Shortly after he was done bleeding the one-eyed lizard, he tried to exit the lift only to find the doors open slightly, before jamming shut. Kudos to Chinese technology, the boy’s urine had apparently damaged the lift’s circuitry. The boy panicked and frantically pressed the buttons in vain — only for the lift lights to flicker. The lift then plunged into darkness. Screenshot via 巴打絲打 Facebook Club Screenshot via 巴打絲打 Facebook Club Screenshot via 巴打絲打 Facebook Club Story continues below Some Articles That Could Use Traffic Racial slurs used on chef in S’pore thinking he couldn’t understand Mandarin 'So wha...

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