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VIDEO: Chinese Soldiers Pass The Grenade

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What initiation ceremonies did you have to enjoy (endure?) at your work? Something suitably wacky and inane no doubt. Well, thank your lucky stars you’re not a recruit in the People’s Liberation Army of China.

They have to pass a live grenade (we presume it’s a live grenade) in some weird pass the parcel routine before dropping it in a hole and diving theatrically for cover. Real? Not real?

Just watch. It’s plain weird.

(Image: Rex Features)

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