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Limehouse DLR stairs of death.

Mad Cyril

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It would appear that the temporary steps at Limehouse DLR station have been erected by the same company who erect concert seating at Pink Floyd concerts.

I genuinely feared for my life last night. The whole thing looks like it is made from Meccano and each step flexes when you step on it. Every five metres there is an obstacle in the form of a woman who has got her shoe caught in one of perforations in the steps.

I am considering purchasing some abseiling equipment because I am convinced there is going to be a nasty accident soon.
 
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It would appear that the temporary steps at Limehouse DLR station have been erected by the same company who erect concert seating at Pink Floyd concerts.

I genuinely feared for my life last night. The whole thing looks like it is made from Meccano and each step flexes when you step on it. Every five metres there is an obstacle in the form of a woman who has got her shoe caught in one of perforations in the steps.

I am considering purchasing some abseiling equipment because I am convinced there is going to be a nasty accident soon.

In the even of an accident Just make sure you land on one of the conveniently position stationary women and you will be fine, those steps are perforated for a reason
 
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