17 People Who Should Never Be Allowed To Work In Construction Again

When working in construction sometimes things go wrong. They require initiative to set the problem straight, be it a temporary fix or something a little longer term. If done well it can be applauded. If not it can be a Health and Safety catastrophe. These chumps found by BuzzFeed might want to look into a new trade!

1. These out of circus acrobats.

These out of circus acrobats.

2. Whoever locked this emergency exit.

Whoever locked this emergency exit.

3. The person responsible for transporting these 2x4s.

The person responsible for transporting these 2x4s.

4. And this guy, transporting a ladder.

And this guy, transporting a ladder.

5. These innovative window cleaners.

These innovative window cleaners.

6. The person who filled in this pot hole with a traffic cone.

The person who filled in this pot hole with a traffic cone.

7. Whoever decided to put this fire alarm in a claw machine.

Whoever decided to put this fire alarm in a claw machine.

8. This guy performing a balancing trick.

This guy performing a balancing trick.

9. The person who thought this was a good place for an electrical outlet.

The person who thought this was a good place for an electrical outlet.

10. Whoever decided to play Jenga with pallets.

Whoever decided to play Jenga with pallets.

11. The “electrician” responsible for this health and safety hazard.

The "electrician" responsible for this health and safety hazard.

12. This duo of sign makers.

This duo of sign makers.

13. The person who thought this was a good place to put a freshly painted fence.

The person who thought this was a good place to put a freshly painted fence.

14. This man tempting both gravity and electricity.

This man tempting both gravity and electricity.

15. The person who came up with this improvised tow hitch fix.

The person who came up with this improvised tow hitch fix.

16. The creator of this ladder stair invention.

The creator of this ladder stair invention.

17. And finally, whoever constructed this stage.

And finally, whoever constructed this stage.
Hopefully you can see the issue with all of the above pictures! If not, I’d stay away from building sites and just leave it to the pros. Or you could get yourself down to The Sheffield College, learn a trade and become a pro – that sounds like a plan!
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