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Old 09 October 2008, 14:30   #11
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Seen it done with an oxygen/acetylene mix in a black bin liner, A cable into the liner with a bit of fuse wire between live and neutral + a plug on the other end, waiting to be switched on at the right moment.
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Seen it done with an oxygen/acetylene mix in a black bin liner, A cable into the liner with a bit of fuse wire between live and neutral + a plug on the other end, waiting to be switched on at the right moment.
That'll be a serious 'bang'
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Oh it was, trick was to get em while the locker door was closed, all the graphite powder came floating down from the steel work.
It was when I worked for british steel. They also used to get up to some tricks with the hilti gun charges. One night someone placed them on nearly all the heaters in the factory, in the morning the heaters got switched on, the hilti charges heated up and after about ten minutes it was like a battlefield. Factory long gone now, wonder why?
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Marigold Glove attatched to an air line hose. Place this in an old style galvanised bin and wait till someone walks past. We did this and blew the lid off the bin with a load bang. The Lid hit the ceiling, smashing a strip light and then comming back down and hitting the guy on the head
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We rolled a big banger (firework, not sausage) under the door of a portaloo in a French car park, when my mate was in there. He was sitting there, looked down and noticed the banger a microsecond before...........

Got rid of his constipation.

The people in the car park couldn't believe it - they must have thought we were terrorists when they saw us running away, followed by this almighty BANG
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We just used to drop big rocks down the vent in portaloos while someone was on there. They make quite a splash...
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Whilst we're talking Toilets. As a child my Father used to send crumpled up paper that had been set on fire down a little steam like gully that went inder a row of toilet blocks during WWII. That gives new meaning to sore bums
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