Pangasinan, Philippines - A local resident has opened an association for automatic door locks in the city of Besam, Philippines. Manfredo Santos said he has set up an automatic door lock association with his friends, and hopes to soon launch a company in Besam."I think it's a good idea to start a business.I hope we can sell these locks.We can sell them for 20, 30, 40, 50, 100 pesos," he said.He s...
A house with an alarm clock might be scary for kids, but it’s also a safe place to be.
In this case, you’re probably more likely to be hurt than the intruder.
A homeowner in Wisconsin recently discovered a locked door, and her housemates started fighting when they found out the intruder was locked inside.
The homeowner, whose name has not been released, and two other people were hospitalized after they were injured by the fight.
The homeowner told the Associated Press she was shocked to discover a locked house when she went to check on the property.
“The only thing I could think of was, ‘This isn’t right,'” she told the AP.
“I’m not the one who has the keys, I’m the one with the keys.”
The alarm was set off by a child inside the house, who had already left the house when the alarm went off, the AP reports.
The alarm went to go off automatically when the child was gone.
“It’s kind of scary,” the homeowner told local news station KTVT.
“It makes me feel a little uneasy.
I’ve never been in a situation where I had a child or my kids being hurt or anything like that.”
There are no locks on the front door, so the homeowner’s kids had no way of getting out if the intruder wasn’t inside.
You’re probably safer as long as your home is well-ventilated, the homeowner said.