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"No," the man laughed, "I knew he was coming." Apparently in the long history of hijinks among these crews, this was a tame one. A loader once picked up an entire occupied porta-potty and raised it high in the air.

While p-pot pranks are plentiful, it's not only the drivers of the big rigs responsible for the horseplay. Cars have been parked in front of them, preventing anyone inside them from exiting; doors have been taped shut, and locks clamped on outside handles.

And it's not only around the rest rooms that road worker shenanigans swirl. Drivers of the big water trucks can't always resist hosing down groups of their colleagues while driving by.

"Anything to have a little fun on the job," says one worker, before hastily adding, "So long as the supervisor is not around."    (end of article)

[Originally published in July, 2012.]

 

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