Can You Get Electrocuted in the Bathtub?

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According to episode 30 of the popular TV show Mythbusters, you can get electrocuted in the bathtub or shower during a lightning strike. However, it is highly unlikely that something like that would happen. In order for this to happen, the lightening would have to strike the plumbing pipes.
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