A gallon jug is filled to the gallon line with normal tap water and sat on top of a refrigerator. The next day the jug is crushed in and water is on the floor. The jug is still on top of the fridge, there are no holes in the jug, and the cap is still tight. There is water in the jug up to the gallon line, the crushed in portion of the jug accounts for the water on the floor.
The tap water was normal water, so colder then room temperature, but not by much. The air conditioning is on so the room temperature does not fluctuate more then a few degrees.
This is not a trick question, it has to be possible as it happened to me today. I just have no idea how it could happen.
I went on to point out that their response is the number one reason why I will never get Comcast. Customer service is #1 at being the worst.
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