!! OMG, drop it like it’s hot: 2 dozen workers fall unconcious during Pakistani factory excorcism involving a genie !!

A bunch of workers over at a factory in Karachi, Pakistan passed out during an excorcism to get rid of the ‘evil spirits’ the factory owners thought were inhabiting the space. According to the book of truth AKA The Daily Mail:

‘The factory seemed to be overtaken by a genie or evil spirit as many of my co-workers have experienced mysterious incidents in the past,’ claimed Farzana Naseem, who arrived with an unconscious colleague in an ambulance.
‘A spiritualist was called to this morning by the factory owners to get rid of the suspected “jinns” but as soon as he began reciting different verses, the workers began falling unconscious while others ran out shouting and screaming for help.’
Emergency services were called to the Casual Sports Wear factory, in Landhi Export Processing Zone, to take the employees to Jinnah hospital.

I like the “Genie” twist on this whole exorcism thing! They need to find out which one of these bitches brought the lamp to work, and there needs to be some serious repercussions. Also, this excuse is definitely going into my excuse bank for future use.

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3 Comments on "OMG, drop it like it’s hot: 2 dozen workers fall unconcious during Pakistani factory excorcism involving a genie"

  1. I suppose they should question that spiritualist cause they probably tampered with something(gass form inhalants?) to make all those people faint.

  2. Not surprising, Jinn are mentioned throughout the Koran, and are believed to be quite real by many followers of the Muslim faith. It is said that “Genies” can be good or evil, have vast powers and free will, so having one be blamed for the mysterious incidents makes sense. But, it is cool to see them referenced in this way.

  3. Sings, “If you wanna be with me, baby, there’s a price to pay. I’m a Genie in a bottle, you gotta rub me the right way.” Guess someone wasn’t rubbing good enough. LOL!

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