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Woman arrested after going to bed in the wrong house

Published söndag 29 november 2015 kl 12.28
"Initially we thought it was a burglary."
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File photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT
File photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT

A couple living outside the city of Sundsvall woke up in the early hours of Sunday when an unknown woman got into their bed.

The couple called the police and the man managed to get the 36-year-old woman, who is suspected of illegal drug consumption, out of their house. She refused to leave and kept trying to open the door until the officers arrived and took her to the police station, Swedish Radio News reports.

"Initially we thought it was a burglary, but when the officers arrived at the address, we learned it wasn't," police spokesman Sven-Olof Gustafsson tells Radio Sweden.

According to Gustafsson, it is unclear how the woman managed to get into the house.

The night before, an intoxicated man on the island of Gotland entered somebody else's apartment, took off his clothes and fell asleep on the floor in the living room. The owners called the police, who interrogated the man and learned that he lived on the same street and thought he was in his own apartment, Swedish Radio News reports.

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