Dehydrated, coated in grime and ‘on a mind-alerting substance’, a person who was discovered trapped within the roof cavity of a lodge he allegedly tried to interrupt into has been arrested
- A person has been arrested after he allegedly tried to interrupt into Queensland lodge
- The 30-year-old was found trapped contained in the roof cavity of the lodge
- He was discovered dehydrated and lined in grime when police arrived on the scene
A person was discovered dehydrated and lined in grime after he spent a number of hours trapped within the roof cavity of a lodge he allegedly tried to interrupt into.
Police stated the 30-year-old was punching holes within the partitions once they arrived on the Landsborough Lodge on Queensland‘s Sunshine Coast about 6am on Wednesday.
Officers had been referred to as after workers heard ‘moaning and groaning’ noises coming from contained in the rear rest room block of the lodge.
The person was on a ‘mind-alerting’ substance when police arrived, Senior Sergeant Chris Eaton informed the Sunshine Coast Daily.
A person has been arrested after he allegedly tried to interrupt into the Landsborough Lodge (pictured) in Landsborough on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast on Wednesday morning
‘He was distressed from being caught, no apparent accidents. However being the center of summer time, he was very dehydrated from the warmth,’ Sen-Sgt Eaton stated.
‘He was in a pair of shorts and lined head-to-toe in grime from allegedly crawling by crawl area within the ground previous to being within the roof.’
Sen-Sgt Eaton stated the North Booval man was fortunate to not electrocute himself after allegedly pulling out wires within the roof.
The person will face Maroochydore Magistrates Court docket on Thursday after being charged with breaking and coming into.
The 30-year-old man was charged with break and enter and can face courtroom on Thursday (inventory picture)