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UER Forum > UE Main > Hilariously pathetic security measures (Viewed 389152 times)
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Re: Hilariously pathetic security measures
< Reply # 840 on 6/16/2017 10:42 PM >
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Here we go:


Now not only is that gap big enough for a person to snake through...



...the links are held together with wire, and the lock doesn't do anything.




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< Reply # 841 on 6/17/2017 12:47 AM >
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I know we've all seen one of these, but doesn't it make your day when you find one?
From the top of a crane a couple nights ago:


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The inside:


Captain's Chair
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< Reply # 842 on 6/25/2017 9:10 PM >
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KEP OUT!


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< Reply # 843 on 6/25/2017 9:19 PM >
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Who let the dogs out?








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< Reply # 844 on 6/26/2017 3:48 PM >
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It took me a minute to notice that gate was open...




One day I got a good camera.
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< Reply # 845 on 6/26/2017 4:48 PM >
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if youre too lazy to lock the gate at least scramble the combination wheels

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< Reply # 846 on 7/19/2017 9:08 AM >
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I climbed a crane for the second time, discovering various signs they knew someone had climbed before. But rather than any actual security measures, all they did was lock the crane cab, and... put up these signs around the bottom two levels of the crane: Caution - Slippery Floor. On a crane.





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< Reply # 847 on 7/19/2017 3:59 PM >
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The alarm code was pretty easy to figure out.


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hahahaha is this a joke?!




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Défense de passer means no trespassing. You had to be careful not to bump your head on the sign as you ducked under it to climb further up and get a much better and more perilous photo than you could from the vantage point that was safe from crumbling rocks waiting to collapse under you and dump you into the ocean below.





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When your lock fails....







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< Reply # 851 on 2/13/2018 5:09 AM >
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I once was scoping a huge location which I assumed would have very extensive security and their security was one old dude sitting in a lawn chair with a flash light on one end of the campus which was absolutely gigantic.




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Well, it's a good thing this wasn't protecting anything worthwhile:







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