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A Wisconsin security guard had to call the police for help in the last week, as he was unable to free himself from his restraints after handcuffing himself because, as he said, he was “bored.”
The man was reportedly working at a Bath and Body Works in Waukesha, at about 2 o’clock on Friday, when he will roll up their sleeves for their own apparent amusement. Authorities said he had been quick to call the police, but then he realized that he was on the left, the handcuffs, the keys of the home.
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A police officer who responded to the scene in the store, and about 22 miles southeast of Milwaukee, wisconsin, used his own handcuff key to the security guard, WDJT-TV reported.
The officers said after they helped him, and he covered his front by himself, so that he will not give in to the temptation to put them back on again.
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This was reportedly not the first time that the security guard and handcuffed themselves to it without a key.