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Fallen Umbrella Locks Out Entire Company for Days

Sometimes you think just because we live in these wonderful modern times, that you won't get done dirty by an umbrella. Neeraj K Agrawal's friend had his entire company thwarted for a few days after their an umbrella fell inside, jamming the door and keeping anyone from entering the room. Twitter offered thoughts on how to get inside, but these ideas mostly consisted of smashing the window open. Wouldn't wanna be the employee who owned the umbrella. It's alright though, people screw up at workall the time.

Umbrella falls in an office and jams the door keeping people out for two days. Twitter tries to help with ideas.
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Technically it's not their lock that's the problem. It's the existing deadbolt that's too strong. What you're watching is a man breaking down a door as if his entire career depends on it (because it does), while potential investors laugh. To get the job done, Alex eventually has to pull out his signature move. The flying kick.

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He's got some issues with the mechanism on this particular lock, and explains very quickly and easily why this might not be the right one to buy.

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By Unknown
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Oh yeah... I used it as a lock in the bathroom.

So I guess it's a locket wrench now.

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By SR1977 (Via izismile.com)
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It's possible this kludge was only made to keep the trunk from flapping. Sure. That's it. Because if it were meant to keep someone from opening it, it would only work for someone on the inside right? And that would mean... never mind, I don't want to think about it.

~Not-"Not-So-Handy-Andy" Jack