The woman had willingly placed her suitcases for the security check but later when it was pointed out that her handbag would be treated no differently, her reluctance transpired.
"You see new unusual things every day", a person wrote on social media after seeing the Dongguan footage.
The insane photo below shows the moment that a woman at Dongguan Railway Station in China's southern Guangdong Province was so adamant about not wanting to be separated from her bag at a security scanner that she simply followed the bag right into it.
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Imagine being the officer in charge of monitoring the X-ray machine. As I'm sure they would be.
The woman's freaky actions startled security officers at the Dongguan Railway Station in China's southern Guangdong province on Sunday (Feb 11), according to Chinese media. The Daily Mail says she was likely one of millions who will have been travelling for the Lunar New Year which happens on 16 February.
Dongguan Railway Station staff then found it necessary to send out warnings that passengers should avoid exposing themselves to harmful radiation emitted from X-ray machines.
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Despite the operators trying their best to stop the violation, the woman traveled the full length of the conveyor, emerging unscathed, with the handbag intact at the far end.
"Do not [put] yourself into the security inspection machine", passengers were told.
Even if you're particularly attached to your belongings, don't jump into an X-ray machine.
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A video, which has gone viral on social media, shows the unidentified woman getting down from the conveyor belt.