“It was reportedly not the first time the security guard handcuffed himself without having the key.”
[…]The unidentified man was reportedly working at a Bath and Body Works […]
I’m wondering if he also was covered with nicely smelling soap
And this guy just can’t figure out why he can’t pass the police entry examination?!
Like Barney Fife losing his one bullet
LOL, well that will sure make his annual review fun!
No one would know who he is. I mean, how many Bath & Body Works can here be roughly 22 miles southeast of Milwaukee?
Police should not interfere with Mr. Darwin…
I’m still trying to figure out how he forgot the key. I have been retired for 8 years and I still have a handcuff key on my keyring. They take almost no space on the key ring. And you have to wonder why a night guard at B&BW carries handcuffs.
Been carrying handcuffs for years and I haven’t had the urge to cuff myself once. But why would you not have the key handy? I have 2 spares just in case!
Guys like that are why people don’t take my profession seriously…
I keep one hidden in the trunk of my car … just in case!
I have a belt keeper hidden key, a boot lace crimped key and a zak tools American Flag key as my primary. I keep the original key the handcuffs came with in my mailbox at work just in case I need to return the cuffs to my employer. Since I now have extra leys I’ve been considering buying my own cuffs but I’m not really sure how that would go over from a legal aspect if i ever had to use them for some reason. At least if they’re from work i can claim they’re a part of my uniform and the opportunity was there…