How does this even happen? Well here’s the story…
A family in Massachusetts recently had an exciting Friday night when they managed to get themselves locked inside the Chevy dealership where they were car-shopping. The employees had locked up for the night, apparently not noticing the family there.
They called for help and none arrived, so they grabbed a saw and cut through the lock. The family was able to leave the dealership but their car was stuck inside. They had arrived just as the place was closing, and apparently everyone was in a hurry to go home. The employees had locked the gates, and the security guard who was supposed to work that night didn’t report for duty.
They called the police, who in turn called the manager of the dealership at home, who promised to be there in twenty minutes. The family was ultimately stuck inside for more than three hours.
At least they found things to keep themselves entertained for a while: the parents and three kids, ages 8, 12, and 13, played soccer with a cardboard box, checked out the interiors of any cars that were open, sang, and of course took pictures of their adventure and posted to Facebook.