RICHLAND, Washington — What? No seat belt?
C'mon — what's not to like?
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A Teamster needed one when he took an unplanned ride in a portable toilet at a nuclear reactor site in Washington state.
The Tri-City Herald reported that on Oct. 5 a forklift operator picked up the chemical toilet to move it, not realizing it was occupied.
The newspaper said that according to a Department of Energy report, the driver lifted the outhouse about a foot off the ground and moved about 15 feet across a gravel road. The forklift blocked the door, trapping the Teamster.
The driver set the toilet down, he heard the Teamster inside. The newspaper said the report didn't indicate exactly what the Teamster was saying about the whole affair.