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

Emmett Rice
February 16, 2018

Ordered to hand the bag over to be fed through an X-ray machine, she crawled in after it.

The weird incident occurred on February 11 at a train station in Dongguan, southern China's Guangdong Province, according to Pear Video.

When told that all her valuables would have to pass through the machine, she turned around and was seen hopping onto the conveyor belt as well.

The footage taken from a surveillance camera yesterday, the unidentified woman is seen approaching the security checkpoint and loading her luggage onto the scanner's conveyor belt.

Security staff at the station got a shock when they saw an image of a person appearing on their X-ray machine display on Sunday (Feb 11), Pear Video reported. Well, a Chinese woman recently went to an extent of climbing into a security scanner at a train station because she allegedly didn't want to leave her handbag.

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Officialdom was not going to separate one woman from her expensive bag, however.

A woman was so concerned about the safety of her bag that she refused to let it out of her sight for a second.

While it's unclear what the woman was carrying in her handbag, many believe it could have been wads of cash, traditionally given as a gift for Chinese New Year, The Mirror reports.

Meanwhile, security staff at Dongguan Railway Station staff have advised passengers not to ride the X-ray machines as radiation can be harmful.

As China ushers in the Lunar Year of the Dog, hundreds of millions of Chinese are travelling to their hometowns.

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