Crazy Reporter Ties Self To Lamppost To Report Typhoon Story (Video)
Aug 21, 2012 16:24
You'd have to be pretty dedicated to your job in order to attempt this reporter's insane stunt. About 20 minutes before typhoon "Haikui" hit a city on the northeast coast of the Zhejiang province in China, the reporter decided to stay put and do her job by tying herself to a lamppost so that they could broadcast the story live.
All we can say is that if that doesn't get her a little extra Christmas bonus, then nothing will!
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