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Dangerous disembarking. Very unprofessional actions.


published on 28 July 2021 1484 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Marine Pilotage". Originally published on 2021-07-27.
Editors note:
These are images that no one wants to see. How can people take such a risk and behave so unprofessionally? Purely a matter of luck whether you come home again in the evening!
The video was uploaded to YouTube yesterday. Unfortunately, my language skills are not sufficient to determine the location and the date of recording.

Probably this was not a pilot. In any case, I hope so...
And the ladder arrangement was non-compliant.

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Louis Vest Houston Pilots, USA
on 29 July 2021, 03:52 UTC

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Louis Vest Houston Pilots, USA
on 29 July 2021, 03:52 UTC

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