Mind-blowing | Is this the WEIRDEST lunch break ever?

Is this the WEIRDEST lunch break ever?

For most employees, a work lunch break will consist of catching up with friends over a coffee, completing a hard-core gym session or tackling the mundane but extremely inescapable life admin tasks.

However, the lunchtime antics of one worker at a firm in China has taken many people by surprise. An employee working at a mountainous beauty spot in southwest China completes a 300-metre bungee jump each lunch time to deliver hot meals to her colleagues.

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Comments (1)

  • Dr Fiona Beddoes-Jon
    Dr Fiona Beddoes-Jon
    Thu, 27 Jun 2019 1:37pm BST
    Despite the obvious danger of permanent blindness by retinal detachment It sounds like a fun lunchtime for Tiandi.. It's not clear from the article whether she takes all 200 lunch boxes strapped to her waist at one time or whether she has to make 20 jumps of 10 or 10 jumps carrying 20 boxes .... Haven't they heard of packed lunches in China?