Man rescued after being trapped for 3 hours inside ATM

Judith Bessette
Julho 16, 2017

Police arrived to the 400 block of North Mesquite Street about 2:05 p.m. after a passerby saw a note the man slipped in the receipt slot asking for someone to help him.

His strategy paid of as officials were notified and able to help him.

Each note had a similar message, "Please help".

"Apparently he left his cellphone and the swipe card he needed to get out of the room outside in his truck", Corpus Christi police Lt. Chris Hooper told The Associated Press. A Bank of America ATM spitting emergency notes with cash and receipts sounded like an absurdly constructed plot of a prank television show. "Please help. I'm stuck in here, and I don't have my phone. Please call my boss" - with a phone number included.

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Some people thought it was a joke, but thankfully, someone finally called police.

An officer kicked down the door to reveal the author of the notes.

Far from a candid camera-style hoax, the officers were amazed when a little voice came out of the machine, The Washington Post reported Friday. Olden added saying, "You'll never see this again in your life that somebody is stuck in the ATM machine".

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