A COMMUTER is X-rayed after clambering on to a security scanner’s conveyor belt.
The woman refused to be parted from her handbag and jumped on after it at a station.
Shocked staff did not stop her as she clambered off and went to get her train at Dongguan, China.
The woman had happily put her suitcases through the machine before walking through the security checkpoint holding the smaller handbag.
Security staff told her that this bag would also have to be checked and she reluctantly circled back to the airport-style luggage scanner.
She placed her purse on the conveyor belt and then climbed on herself so she could ensure the safety of her bag and the valuables inside.
It is unclear what the woman was carrying in her handbag but it is likely to have been wads of cash traditionally given as a gift for Chinese New Year.
Dongguan Railway Station staff have advised passengers not to ride the X-ray machines saying radiation given off by the scanners can be harmful.
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