You know how you think you’re locked in a closet, so you poop in it while remaining prisoner inside for two days only to find out the door was never locked?
Happens all the time. A man and a woman thought they were trapped in a Daytona State College closet for two days until police let them out Tuesday – and found out the two could have opened the door themselves, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
John Arwood, 31, and Amber Campbell, 25, told police that they were chased into the closet on Sunday.
We totally believe them.
Via the Orlando Sentinel:
After two days in a Marine and Environmental Science Center janitor’s closet, where police found human feces and copper scouring pads sometimes used to smoke crack, Arwood called 911 from his cell phone, police said.
Officers tracked his phone’s location and let him and Campbell out. It’s unclear why Arwood didn’t call 911 until Tuesday.
When a police officer tried to figure out how the pair could have gotten locked in, he went into the closet and closed the door, police said. The door did not lock.
Surprisingly, no drugs were found in the closet.
Arwood and Campbell were both charged with trespassing. Campbell received an additional charge for violating her probation, which she was given after resisting arrest in 2013.
Arwood has a criminal history which includes five prior jail sentences in Florida since 2000 with offenses including armed burglary, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and fleeing law enforcement.
Raise your hand if you’re surprised.
As for the guy who chased them in the closet, that sneaky Little Feller has not been caught. Nor is it likely that he’s an actual person. As for her dollar sign tattoo, I’m sure there’s a story there somewhere, too, whereas that same guy chased her into a tattoo parlor.
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