Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Wordless Wednesday

After Hours Construction Site
Effective Theft Prevention?

49 comments:

Mary said...

Probably very effective! How would you get it down without dropping it??

Thanks for "dropping" by my blog! ;)

mail4rosey said...

You're punny, Mary! :)

Marie Moody said...

bwahahahaha I LOVE IT! Finally someone with some brains! Guess they don't have to hire security now do they!?! LOL Thanks for stopping by my friend! Have a great day!

Elephant's Child said...

One would hope so...

Ai Sakura said...

Hope it doesn't drop on anyone! :P

Ai @ Sakura Haruka
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Launna said...

That is an innovative thought... I wouldn't stand under it too long though... ;)

Mel@Mellywood's Mansion said...

Sad but funny!

stevebethere said...

LOL hilarious and much cheaper too heheh!

Have an upliftingtastic week and thanks for pirouetting by ;-)

NC Sue said...

I certainly wouldn't try stealing that! LOL!
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Brian Miller said...

ha.
as long as they dont climb down from above.
but i guess then....

Cathy Kennedy said...

LOL! Good caption with your photo! But...there are some who have too much time on their hands who will figure out a way to rip this company off. Happy #WW!

Janine Huldie said...

Too funny, but just hope it doesn't get dropped in the morning! :)

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I wouldn't want to walk under that thing!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

I'm not going to get it---just hope it doesn't fall!

Kristi Maloney said...

Yes, that would certainly deter me! lol Yes, I hope that doesn't fall on anyone.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I saw a crane doing freeway construction that had done the same thing over the weekend.

Z @ Kicking Kilos said...

I am lost...what is it that's, exactly happening?

Jen said...

Haha it's creative, I'll give them that!

mail4rosey said...

They've hooked the generator and suspended it in the air overnight, before leaving the construction site.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That is something else!

Sandee said...

Yep, construction sites are great places for thieves. This is way cool.

Have a terrific day. ☺

Rose-Marie said...

I guess they are doing what they feel the need to do, it does look very dangerous, that the line could break when someone is under it.

Secondary Roads said...

Should be safe there.

Karren Haller said...

I have seen this many time, it works!

Pat Hatt said...

lol now there is a way to deter thieves haha

Ruchira Khanna said...

haha...atleast it is safe up there :)

thanks for linking up with your precious clicks, Rosey :)
always a pleasure to have you with us!

Ms POSH said...

I saw something like that the other day when they were replacing the air conditioner on a building. It was kinda weird to see.
POSH

Chatty Crone said...

I think so!

Faith H said...

Yup - and I'm sure it works too! Unfortunately, we don't own a crane and we had a whole trailer full of equipment stolen from our CHURCH parking lot a few weeks ago. It stinks that reasonable people have to resort to hauling their things up into the air to protect them from thieves.

Kristin Aquariann said...

Wow. The sky makes a spectacular safe!

indah nuria Savitri said...

owww...I'm afraid it may fall down :)..great shot btw et happy Wednesday :)

Holy Ghost Writer said...

I wouldn't walk under it

Faythe M.A said...

Smart & effective idea!
Faythe @ GrammyMouseTails

Elizabeth Towns said...

lol - probably the best theft prevention I've seen on a construction work site. Only if there are no accidents with the hold.

My Captivating Life said...

LOL! Well that is something you don't see every day! I think it is safe! I would love for you to link up over at my wordless Wens. link up too!

Mama to 5 said...

That;s one way to get people not to steal! I know one thing I wouldn't stand under it!

Binky said...

Well I wouldn't want to go anywhere near that.

Mariana said...

I'd say that's pretty effective! ;) Now I just hope it's secure!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I've seen some construction sites like that around here too. Definitely a good theft prevention method!

Colette S said...

I love this creativity....
BUT....what if it falls?

But yes I do love this idea.

alissa apel said...

That's so funny!!! It's a good idea really. We've had problems around here with people steeling metal in scrap yards.

Veronica Lee said...

I wouldn't go near it!
Happy Thursday, Rosey!

2justByou said...

I'd say that works pretty well for preventing theft! LOL

MikiHope said...

That is definitely a way to prevent theft! Guess where ever that picture was taken has been hit with theft a few times!

Dana said...

Yikes! You won't find me standing under that!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Well that's one way to prevent theft. Darn good way if you ask me.

Masshole Mommy said...

That's actually pretty smart. I wonder why more people don't do that.

~ Noelle said...

those always crack me up....

Karen said...

Actually, that's a Miller welder. My husband is a welder, and he used to work in the heavy mechanical industry. That is standard practice on construction sites. It's just suspended by a crane, so come Monday morning, the crane operator just lowers it back to the ground.