Report - The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents - 21.02.07

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Oct 19, 2005
Well, after these guys have come out with corkers such as this...

"This is obviously reckless and irresponsible behaviour. The city environment is not some kind of extended adventure playground."
"Businesses have to go to great lengths to ensure security. The Health and Safety Executive and the construction industry have put massive efforts into preventing trespass on construction and demolition sites."
"If these people want adventure, they need to get out of town and into the countryside so they can learn the real thrills to be had from climbing not just hundreds of feet, but thousands."
"Young children are particularly at risk from trespassing on such sites as several tragic accidents have shown."
I had a failed journey to try a crane this evening, when out of the corner of my eye, I spied this little beauty...



and the attempt at entry...haha :gay


See the report that spurred this on...

turk ;)

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