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"I know a railwayman of 40-odd years' service," says Juan Quar, "and he tells me a new gruesome yarn each time we meet. Last week's was of checking the time on the wristwatch of a severed arm he'd just collected after a track fatality."

Tell us the horrible stories you tease the new hires with, or that you've been told.
NB By definition, these are probably all made up. Roll with it

(, Thu 5 Sep 2013, 17:33)
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I did a similar thing, if on a somewhat smaller scale...
Many years ago in my work car park. My mate was idly walking along, oblivious to anything as I drove out, so I turned the engine off and coasted up behind him, sounding my horn when a couple of feet away.

Although it had the desired effect of making him shit himself as he turned round, I hadn't really thought out the "stopping with no brake servo assist" thing, and quite nearly ran him over.
(, Fri 6 Sep 2013, 15:49, 1 reply)
Hahahaha, yup, done that!
I did remember to yank the handbrake though.
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