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    A Good Reason For Flying To Shetland [Rough Crossing]



    High potential for injury: A woman in the background seems to get knocked out upon meeting a column at speed and then collapsing to the floor among the shifting furniture [hope she was OK]

    Posted on YouTube: 11th November 2010.

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    EEK!! I wonder if @ZeroHour has had that joy?

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    Replace the sharp furniture with foam balls and that looks like a right blast.

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    You would think they'd design the restaurant so it isn't prone to this by at least bolting tables to the floor.

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    While I really nope no one was hurt, I can't help feeling that playing that video is double speed and adding some Benny Hill music would result in comedy gold.

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