Real thing, actually. They're not kidding about those, they hang those outside so sweatshop workers.. Uhh I mean, employees don't try to off themselves from bored/depression, etc. Lots of reasons you can probably imagine
@GayShjtSniper, I think the worse part is that I didn’t even question for a millisecond that it wasn’t real.
@GayShjtSniper, call them what they really are... Slaves :D
@GayShjtSniper, actually another reason why they have the nets up is because they don’t want to have to pay life insurance for the employees who “accidentally” fall. Some people do that to get money for their families. It’s depressing.
@stormageddon98, well no, because they are still paid. That's how they get around it, they aren't slaves if they are earning money. Even if it is a negligible amount.
@Jipz, wage slaves are a thing tho. They promise to pay your way for education and travel and then you can “work it off” but no one ever can..
Lol jk jk..... unless....?
I’m coming for you Tyler, just wait!
@orion55, my lips are puckered and my socks are off
all of this so Apple can still overcharge for iPhones..
I would purposely jump out the window so I can bounce around on the nets
Foxconn- where employees were put under so much pressure to produce that they would jump out the windows if they couldn’t.
@RiffRaff, gotta make those iphones for the Insta hoes and the bratty kids to spend their daddy's money on
Do Chinese workers have the option of subsistence working?
A romance made in heaven
The times I've seen nets like that in the middle of a building that is either shaped as a U or have a open space in the middle is to keep birds out. I work in pest control and I've done lots of nets just like that so the birds can't go making a mess and building nests in the open areas. Could be suicide too but my nets were only for birds 😂
Bad plan. Get that corona virus kissing in china.
Landing in the net makes a slot machine coin sound.
People on the second floor have it easy. As long as they go head first