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Safety boffins see red over Pink safety lapse

Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019 ( #940 ) - London, United Kingdom
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Pink disregards forklift safety
Pop superstar Pink is in hot water after posing on a forklift with her son on her lap and a beer in her hand.

The entertainer had completed a 157-date world tour and posted the picture, taken at what appears to be a brewery, on Instagram.

The singer took to social media to share the light-hearted snap which saw her son sitting on her lap on a forklift in a warehouse.

She writes: "I drive a forklift occasionally."

One of the comments points out a number of safety issues in the picture: "you shouldn’t drink and drive; why are you not wearing a seatbelt (and) why is your kid not in a forklift baby seat?"

Most followers were more interested in the celebrity than in the safety violations, with people commenting on her boots and attire, rather than forklift etiquette.
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