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Something odd happened this morning.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Diagro, 16 Mar 2018.

  1. Diagro

    Sgarrista

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    So, I had a late start to work this morning, so decided to have a lie in.

    At approx 9:30am I was awoken by a loud car door closing.

    I ignored it, thought about getting up and then the odd thing happened.

    A Lady, let her self into my house, shouted for me to wake up and ran up the stairs.
    She opened my bedroom door and walked in, she walked to the side of the bed then looked up from her paper and it was ONLY THEN, she realised she just barged into the wrong house and woke up the wrong person!

    She was a care worker, late 40's. She was supposed to go to Number 14, Not 24.

    Her face was priceless, she then promptly ran out of my house whilst shouting sorry a few times.

    The thing that annoyed me?? The fact she let the cat into my bedroom and closed her in. The cats not allowed in the bedroom! Pfft

    EDIT: My wife doesn't lock the door when she leaves for work, As I normally leave 5-10Mins after and lock up. We are now looking to change the lock and buy a nightlatch.
     
    Last edited: 16 Mar 2018
  2. DomBruv

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    LMFAO
     
  3. Puzzled

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    How did she let herself in? Do you not lock your door? :confused:
     
  4. DomBruv

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    Those car workers have a -100 IQ and this has now been proven
     
  5. SlyReaper

    Soldato

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    Location: Bristol, Old Blighty

    How did she get into your house? Do you not lock your front door?
     
  6. TimTom

    Gangster

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    How did she let herself in if she didn't have a key?
     
  7. Wang Computer

    Wise Guy

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    This.
     
  8. Diagro

    Sgarrista

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    Wife left for work, doesn't need to lock the door behind her as I normally leave right after her. So If I had left at the normal time the house would have been locked up.
     
  9. TimTom

    Gangster

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    I trust you never leave your wife in such a vulnerable situation if the roles were reversed?
     
  10. Diagro

    Sgarrista

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    Of Course, I never leave without locking the door. I'm big enough to look after myself though :p
     
  11. randomshenans

    Capodecina

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    I remember when you didn't lock your doors.
     
  12. G-MAN2004

    Caporegime

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    Wtf. :p

    Imagine if this happend in Murica.
     
  13. Delvis

    Caporegime

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    Location: Buckinghamshire

    Lots of new doors don't lock when they close, why are people so dumb founded about it ?
     
  14. mattcrane

    Hitman

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    Location: Truro, Cornwall, UK

    The only time our front door is locked is when we are both out of the house.
     
  15. Jambo

    Soldato

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    You leave the door unlocked when you are in bed asleep?
     
  16. kindai

    Soldato

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    Location: Bromsgrove

    Most doors now require you to spec a slam latch infact. Which I think is weird its not the standard, I guess its just because its easier to make them all requiring manual locking so they can be used as back doors also.
     
  17. mattcrane

    Hitman

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    Yep advantage of living in a very quiet village.
     
  18. bloodiedathame

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    But was she hot?
     
  19. cheesyboy

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    This happened to a guy at the pub. Exact same thing - seemed like a mistake.

    Turned out, she was casing the joint - he woke up a few days later bleeding and missing a kidney.
     
  20. Ocean Breeze

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    Pics or it didn’t happen.