Hilarious moment women jumps head-first into Christmas tree netting machine


A HILARIOUS video shows the moment a Christmas tree worker launches herself through a netting machine used for packaging the trees.

The comical clip was filmed by staff on Easter Rattray Christmas Tree farm while preparing tree for the festive season.

In the film, partner of the business Jennifer McNicoll is seen throwing herself through the “netter” whilst clutching on to a small pine tree.

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Posted by Easter Rattray Christmas Trees on Sunday, 18 December 2016

The farm in Blairgowrie, Perthshire, sells freshly cut Nordman Fir and Fraser Fir and Christmas tree lovers can even head along and cut choose a tree to cut down.

At the start of the video Jennifer is seen preparing to take a running jump into the netting machine while holding onto the small green tree.

As she builds up speed running towards the netter, Jennifer launches herself into the air through the fine netting.

With the tree cushioning her landing others in the background can be heard laughing as a dog is also seen running into shot.

Speaking about the clip, Jennifer said: “It was myself that jumped through the netter. After seeing other people doing it I decided I wanted a go and as it was a quiet tree day I finally plucked up the courage to do it.

“I took the tree with me to make the landing a little softer.”

Posting the clip on social media to the farm wrote: “At Easter Rattray Christmas Trees we provide fast dedicated whole hearted service!”

The funny video has been received more than 10,000 views, with douzens of likes and comments.

Andy Haute Rue said: “Scottish Christmas traditions are really stunning!”

Lydia Welsh joked: “Did they cut you out or leave you wrapped up?”

Vikki Laing wrote: “Total class love it. Is this the self decorated tree.”

Ali Cooper Constable commented: “Are you trying to be the fairy thrown in with the tree?”

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