Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Intruder got stuck upside-down in window for five hours

Two students helped police catch an intruder who they found stuck in the window of a building at Nottingham Trent University. Dan De-Niet, 20, and Tom Burdett, 19, found the man crying and screaming as he was wedged in the Arkwright building.

The pair were coming back from a night out at 2:30am on Friday morning when they heard the hapless local. They originally thought that the man was a drunken student, but when he told them he was 27-years-old they realised that it was highly unlikely. Dan said: “I was unsure where the noise was coming from but when I looked up and found him screaming and crying.”

The man, who was clearly in agony, told the students that he had been stuck in a handstand position half in, half out of the building for five hours. Dan phoned 999 and soon there were police, firefighters and university staff on site. Tom, said: “The police arrived and started pissing themselves laughing and taking selfies with him before they did anything.”

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Firefighters were forced to break the window to free the man. Nottinghamshire Police spokeswoman later said that Carl Attar, 27, had been charged with burglary in a building other than a dwelling.

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