The contractor had been working on changing the lock to a room that was attached to the ATM and got stuck inside the machine. One of the notes read, "Please help". According to a police officer, he was a contractor who was appointed to work on the machine when he accidentally locked himself inside.
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.
On Wednesday afternoon, a Texas contractor became trapped inside an ATM building and used his wits (and some paper) to get out.
But he got stuck in the room because he didn't have the keycard he needed to release the lock.
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"You can't just turn the knob and exit", Lieutenant Hooper said.
The repairman wrote "several" pleas for help to people using the drive-through ATM, but it is unknown how many notes were passed on.
The notes which he had writen read "Please help". Police arrived at the 400 block of North Mesquite Street at around 2 pm after people saw the notes coming out of the machine. "Please help. I'm stuck in here, and I don't have my phone".
Officers on the scene said they believed the man was trapped for two hours.