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Could you do this?

Unread postby Jimdini » Wed Jun 29, 2016 6:48 pm

From a UK newspaper ... me-8294873 Could you go to a busy A&E?
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Re: Could you do this?

Unread postby dudejupe » Thu Jul 14, 2016 2:54 am

Not sure how far I would go, but this would be embarrassing. Though, unless he wanted people to see :D
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Re: Could you do this?

Unread postby Stahlketten » Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:09 pm

I have found myself stuck in Smith & Wesson handcuffs. (The lock was faulty and jammed.)
Only one hand was locked in, so I could still use tools.
It took just a few seconds to clamp the cuff into a bench vise and about a minute to saw through the cuff to free myself.
Modern handcuffs in my experience are not particularly hard steel at least not in the Peerless and Smith & Wesson lines.
Some of the older cuffs are much tougher steel but I have worked on those also with pretty common tools.
I have worked on quite a few brands of handcuffs including a few antiques and have no found a pair yet that needed special tools.

I wonder what was really going on here.

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Re: Could you do this?

Unread postby One Pivot » Wed Oct 05, 2016 8:33 pm

It probably gave the staff a bit of a chuckle, but medical staff in general are no novices when it comes to that stuff. They probably just got done removing any number of random objects stuck in someone's ass before the handcuff call!

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Re: Could you do this?

Unread postby Franzia » Wed Oct 12, 2016 3:17 pm

It does seem like firefighter's hydraulic cutters would be overkill for a basic pair of police style handcuffs. Maybe they were custom built heavy shackles where a hacksaw would take forever to cut 3/4 inch thick steel. :shock:

It's nothing new to many, if not most hospital staff and emergency workers- I'm sure they have a few stories to tell.
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Re: Could you do this?

Unread postby steellover » Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:08 am

When I worked in a rural hospital where the same staff covered acute care, extended care and emergency room patients, I was shown the location of a police style handcuff key "just in case anyone came in needing it". No one did while I worked there but clearly someone had in the past or they wouldn't have felt it necessary to be prepared.
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