Humorous true work story

Do you have a Humorous at work story to tell? The one told me the other day was by a car windscreen fitter, lets call him Fred. He went around to someone's house and fitted a new windscreen. Some cars are a lot more complicated to do than others.
After working on one of the most difficult for several hours, he finished the job and the owners wife came out of the house to sign for the work. Just then a women drove up, asked if this was Mr So and So's car, they both said yes.
The new arrival turned to the owners wife and said, I've had an affair with your husband for two years and yesterday he said he has finished with me.
With that she whipped out a small hammer and wrecked the windscreen. Fred said his eyes have never been so big.
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I used to be in charge of maintenance at a hospital. One day I got called to the A&E dept. They had a guy in there with his hand stuck inside a peanut mashing machine. His workmates had unbolted it and sent it into the hospital in the ambulance. I had to get a couple of fitters in there with 48" pipe wrenches to dismantle this thing. Fortunately the peanut oil had stopped the thing from rusting up. He lost three fingers. We picked them out of the works of the machine. It was te most ludicrous thing I saw, a couple of our big ugly fitters in the theatre with a little Indian doctor hopping round them. Bit non-hygenic I suppose. Still he survived.
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I got fired from a food production line once because I got caught with my finger in the pickle slicer. To be fair, they fired the pickle slicer too.
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