Chinese Woman Bungee Jumps Everyday to Deliver Her Coworkers’ Lunches

A Chinese theme park employee from Chongqing city has wowed netizens online for her unusual delivery method which involves her bungee-jumping to her destination to cut down on time.

As a member of Wansheng Dream Ordovician Park’s logistics team, part of Wan Tiandi’s jobs is to deliver meals to 200 of her colleagues at lunchtime, Shanghaiist reports. 

 

Some of them work at the bottom of the mountain, which usually takes Wan about 30 minutes to reach by car. Reaching the group using this method meant that their meals would arrive already cold.

Wan devised a plan last year to solve this problem by using a nearby bungee jumping station at the cliff to deliver the meals. Her new method, which she has since been using every day, has cut her delivery time to just 2 minutes.

A Chinese theme park employee from Chongqing city has wowed netizens online for her unusual delivery method which involves her bungee-jumping to her destination to cut down on time.

A video clip of her delivery method recently emerged on Chinese social media and has since gone viral. While many netizens were amused, some expressed skepticism that bungee jumping would be the most efficient way of sending the meals faster. 

There were those who accused the park of just trying to hype up its bungee jumping attraction, while others wondered why the food isn’t just sent down on its own.

In response to criticisms, Wan pointed out that it is really just the way that she works.

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