This video could possibly be probably the most embarrassing security demonstration
to ever exist.
Everybody is aware of that security demonstrations generally is a bit uninteresting –
and persons are not at all times inclined to take heed to one thing they
have heard numerous instances earlier than.
So Condor Ferries got down to create a video that may make
folks sit up and take notice, and this one actually does that.
The cringeworthy tutorial is about to rap music and options the
ship’s captain and two of his crew members.
Dancing alongside (badly) to the tune of Rapper’s Delight by
Sugarhill Gang, the three enthusiastic staff on the UK
ferry agency exhibit their ‘hip strikes’ whereas concurrently
rapping the security directions.
The captain begins: “I am the C-A-P-T to the A-I-N and I am right here
to let you recognize, that after you’ve got heard the whistle go my
directions will move.”
And if you wish to know the best way to
use a life jacket appropriately?
The feminine crew member explains: “It clips collectively so simply,
simply hear for the press. Which means you’ve got achieved it correctly
and it appears so very hip.”
Unsurprisingly, it did not take lengthy earlier than on-line viewers made
their emotions in regards to the video identified.
One cynical commentator stated: “That life jacket can have been
used already to get off the boat so that they [passengers] did not
have to observe this,” whereas one other added: “Hi there sir, would you
like some cringe throughout your voyage?”
However different viewers disagreed: “This made me chuckle. In the event that they
performed folks this onboard not less than they would not get bored,
particularly the youngsters, they’d hear and perceive extra,”
one stated, earlier than including: “Sensible thought.”
The video is about to be broadcast on ferry companies between
Poole and the Channel Islands.
YouTube on March 20, the 2 minute 26 second clip has
racked up a powerful 19,478 views.
Is that this security video higher than the standard demonstrations?
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