Security guards are at their most alert when they’re napping on the job (31 Photos)

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Or so I’m told…

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  • SadeShadz

    #9 Hahaha!

  • TylerDurdenUMD

    Rent-a-copped in college. Made SO much money sleeping/fapping it was unreal.

    At one point, for some reason, even though my boss knew I had class ALL day Friday, during our winter slowdown where we only worked weekends he would have me work Friday midnights, Saturday afternoons, Sunday mornings.

    Needless to say by Sunday, not one fuck was given and I'd spend the entire day sleeping. Three foldout chairs, some pillows, a blanket, and another chair for the work phone and night night.

  • Brennan Best

    at least their not air traffic controllers

  • fernsyla

    I have an overwhelming sense of security after viewing these.

  • noegod

    I worked in security for 6 years. This is the difference between security guard and security officer! #15 I even worked for this company for 3 years, I recognize the patch. US Security Associates, they suck ass!!

  • Anonymous

    overworked, underpaid, sleep and food deprived…

  • Simon

    – they obviously haven't mastered the 'Wear a set of Bono Sunglasses at all times in all places and all weather' strategy of the tired – but canny, security guard.

  • sdfg

    #9 WOW Those are Jail keys, so that would make the guy in green an inmate……nice…………….

  • Anonymous

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  • the devil

    As a former security guard, it doesn't surprise me to see this. I saw a lot of people sleeping on the job. It can get really boring (especially on a 12 hour midnight to noon shift) and people do fall asleep sometimes. At least they're not driving…

  • Rick C

    Anyone one of us could be them–because of some circumstance–working 3 jobs to survive in these wonderful times–none of which pays enough to survive on let alone support a family–so they're doing what they can–it's not like they're getting paid any great amount of money or that they are truly expected to endanger their lives and stop crime for whatever amount of money they're getting paid. There but for the grace of God goes I.

  • Melissa

    OMG that is why I hated being a private security officer (guards carry guns). It is so boring mostly by yourself, god for bid they let you read or something to keep you awake but they think that's a bigger distraction. Im glad I went into casino security, better pay. people and things to do.

  • Anonymous

    WOW! People with guns on their hips should NOT be allowed to fall asleep like that. It can be a danger to society!

  • Mark Mathis

    The one's with the weapon on should be …Fired!!!!

  • Cataclysm

    So quick to condemn! You have no idea of the circumstances behind any of these photos. You have no idea who is on the clock and who isn't. Funny, sure it is if you put it in the context of sleeping on the job or even sleeping because you got off of a midnight shift at 7am and stayed awake to take your daughter to the costume store to pick her up a Halloween costume because this is your only "day off." What cracks me up is that most of you are commenting on this because you are unemployed and have nothing better to do. OOps, now I did it.

  • MINE

    how many of these people are actually ON DUTY?

  • Sieggelwald

    Fucking supercriminals with their knockout darts!

  • @RubyRooRemix

    #31 bahahahaha

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  • PSS

    As a current Security Officer (won't name my current employer), it's really easy to fall asleep, in some cases necessary to do so as a matter of public safety, after all you wouldn't want us falling asleep on your way home off duty only to wreck into your car due to lack of sleep?… :D

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