Although there are probably worst places to get trapped, a 26-year-old woman used Twitter to get rescued after she was inadvertently locked in a church Sunday morning.
Sarah Greep was in a private chapel at Minster Church of St. Andrew in Plymouth, England, when she came out to find that she was locked in the church, The Telegraph reported
. She began tweeting her predicament to the social media world, but it was still hours before she got out.
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Greep tweeted throughout the four hours she spent in the church, oftentimes, it seemed, from boredom.
Once the police were contacted and working finding a key to get her out, Greep wrote:
The saga played out on the Internet, and friends put in their two cents.
Greep, a jam-maker, believe it or not, told The Telegraph that local police saw the tweets and found someone with a church key to unlock the door. She did try calling some church volunteers but wasn’t able to reach anyone.
Throughout Monday, she continued to get teased in Tweets about her adventure and also about interviews she’s done for television and the newspaper.
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