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Man found in a locker at train station

Published lördag 12 november 2011 kl 11.14
The man was locked in one of these lockers. Photo: Anders Carlsson, Sj-personal Nässjö

A 25-year-old man was stuck inside of a locker Friday night in Nässjo train station in the south of the country, reports Swedish Radio News. His friends put him in the locker, and left.

Police thought it was a joke when the man called and explained that he was stuck inside of a locker. But when he called again, a Securitas security guard went to the station and found the man. The man was uninjured. He had been inside the locker for at least an hour. It turns out that the man was not locked in, but did not dare to open it.

Lasse Karlsson, a manager at Securitas in Nässjö, said the locker was a meter deep, 57 centimetres wide and 60 centimetres tall. "This is a serious situation," he says. "It's no joke. If there was a fire in the station and he was stuck in there you can imagine what the consequences would be."

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