How to break out of ziptie handcuffs

Monday, November 12, 2012

A young woman demonstrates that, in case you get into the situation of being handcuffed with a ziptie, breaking out of them is a lot easier than you thought.

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7 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

I'd like to do so many things to this girl while she is cuffed.

Anonymous said...

Only works with cheap ties. Try that with 150lb class cop ties. Will cut your skin open doing that!

Andy P. said...
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Anonymous said...

^ +1
Maybe budget police. You ain't getting out of these: Restraint Link

Anonymous said...

Talk to me when you break out of these:

Anonymous said...

I wonder if using two zipties instead of one makes it easier to snap out of.

I also wonder whether or not that guy secretly slices it a bit with a razor when he helps adjust it towards the end.

Anonymous said...

This "technique" is worthless. While we're at it, let me show you how to rob an armored car that the guards left unlocked at your local bar while they're inside getting drunk. It's easy, see, anyone can do it. But here in the real world: 1. Your hands will most likely be secured behind your back. 2. The zip ties will be strong, and as you struggle, they will get tighter and tighter, cutting off the circulation to your hands. 3. Someone will be watching you, or there will be additional security measures like locked doors. Good luck!

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