- Pictures emerged showing a woman being taped to a wall in an office in China
- A social media post stated she had violated the rule for not wearing a seat belt
- It’s claimed that she was caught by her boss while she was driving to work
An officer worker in China was punished for not wearing a seat belt while driving to work.
Pictures emerged on Weibo, a Twitter-like social media account, show a woman being taped onto a wall in an office.
It’s claimed that the female worker had violated the office rules that was set in April 2017.
A female worker was taped to the wall in her office, as a web user posted on Weibo today
The woman, whose identity has not been revealed, was taped by layers of yellow and black hazard tape and stuck firmly onto a wall.
Other employee can be seen neglecting their colleague and working on the desk.
The pictures were posted on the social media account of web user ‘TianTianWoShiNiSanGe’ on September 27.
It was written: ‘See how poor my pretty colleague, she got found out by our boss for not wearing a seat belt while driving!’
It’s not sure what company the woman was working in and where the pictures were taken.
The post also included a picture of office rules.
It’s claimed that she was caught by the boss for not wearing a seat belt while driving to work
The unusual rules mentioned workers be punished to tape to wall for not wearing seat belts while driving.
‘Female workers are allowed to take a sick leave when they have periods; male workers can do so if their girlfriends are having periods.’
‘Working hours are 11:00am to 5:00pm. Any late comers or early leavers will have to crawl out of the office.’