Ordered to hand the bag over to be fed through an X-ray machine, she crawled in after it.
A video, which has gone viral on social media, shows the unidentified woman getting down from the conveyor belt.
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An extraordinary photo shows the woman on all fours on a conveyor belt inside the X-ray machine as she follows her bag as it goes through a security scanner at China's Dongguan Railway Station.
However, after being told her handbag needs to be checked as well, she obviously deemes the risk of leaving it unattended too high to take, so she just jumps right along.
While the commuter was happy to put her luggage onto the conveyer belt, she refused to be separated from her handbag.
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Security guards in the Philippines were also shocked when they saw a baby packed into a woman's suitcase as she was going through Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.
The incident has since made global headlines and prompted a warning from the station staff - a warning which we read on the Chongqing Morning Post website after using Google Translate.
And while it is unclear what she was carrying in her handbag it is likely to have been wads of cash traditionally given as a gift for Chinese New Year.
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Railway staff have warned members of the public not to climb into X-ray machines as radiation in the machines is harmful to people, Pear Video reported.