I now remember a workplace related incident:
One of my previous jobs was in a City Learning Centre - a building full of computers and assorted educational equipment where schools bring pupils to do something a bit different.
I was hired as a receptionist / catering assistant, but as time wore on, our manageress noticed that I had "skills", and I was given various other responsibilities, such as making sure equipment was working, batteries were charged, the fire alarms were checked, and that health and safety standards were being maintained.
Our manageress must have thought I possessed super speed, because there weren't enough hours in the day for me to get my jobs done.
One day, I was given a budget of £150 to buy in props for an amateur film project. Amongst the items I ordered was a realistic looking polystyrene house brick. When they arrived, I practised on my colleagues before our manageress arrived. I told them to catch it, without telling them it was a fake. After they laughed off the panic, they went back to their offices while the manageress walked in.
Without any warning, I threw the brick across the reception area, and when she saw it coming, she dropped everything she was carrying to defend herself! After it bounced off her arm, she saw the funny side of it.
She didn't get the message though, because after our network manager left, she wanted me to fill the role.
So I left, and she had to replace me with 3 people.