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Police called to investigate noise find lone jiggling vibrator

The Local · 23 Apr 2011, 13:28

Published: 23 Apr 2011 13:28 GMT+02:00

Officers who answered the desperate call of the neighbour tried repeatedly to contact the 23-year-old woman whose flat it was, according to a report in the Berlin Kurier on Saturday.

But they could not get a response, and eventually decided to break in the door in an attempt to find out what was going on in the flat.

“You could hear the noise out on the street,” one neighbour was quoted as saying.

When the officers smashed their way into the flat they found nothing more dangerous than the vibrator which was doing its best on the floor.

Now the young woman is not only going to have to face her neighbours when she returns home – she will also have to pay for the smashed door, the paper said.

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Your comments about this article

14:44 April 23, 2011 by SockRayBlue
Too bad for her. In the US she could possibly sue the department for the damage to repay the owner of the building along with recompense from the police agency for humiliation. After all she did not call the police only the property owner did.
15:11 April 23, 2011 by Landmine
I'd bet money she is moving out lol....
16:04 April 23, 2011 by WTM
How on earth did it switch itself on??
16:51 April 23, 2011 by mhdamro
" ¦quot;You could hear the noise out on the street,¦quot; one neighbour is quoted as saying."

it sounds like it is the "Father of all dildos" ... or "DMD" Dildos of Mass Destruction .... hehe ...
17:42 April 23, 2011 by jmclewis
I recommend Larry Flynt do a complete investigation. He needs to gather evidence and pictures of the crime scene. He needs to find all the players and get all the names, nothing can be left to chance. Nothing is as dangerous as a wild unrestrained dildo!
17:53 April 23, 2011 by slawek
Finally some good news. With all the crises and wars around I almost though the world is going to an end.
04:44 April 24, 2011 by tsbarker13
Where is the important information - like brand name and where you can get one that is that 'active'? ;)
07:47 April 24, 2011 by DragonSlayer
""DMD" Dildos of Mass Destruction"

LMAO!!!
13:06 April 24, 2011 by hrt1
What do the residents of this apartment do when they want to have sex? It's quiet in the evening, so if a Dildo would call Police, what happens in the evening?

Or are all the residents of this apartment senior citizens and the woman who had her door torn away by Policemen was the only person who was sexually active?

But pretty German news - it describes how peaceful Germany is and also how your neighbors are always watching you.
16:04 April 24, 2011 by Californian
A smiling dildo... Now I've seen everything.
17:14 April 24, 2011 by Masmuka
Yes an interesting article to relax and a real difficult partnership can be replaced.
19:08 April 24, 2011 by raandy
If only that thing could talk.
22:17 April 25, 2011 by Carlos Hausner
Not quite everything, Californian. This reminds me of Kryten's "Archie" from Red Dwarf: http://bit.ly/bdKKKp
09:53 April 26, 2011 by Student_LU
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18:04 May 1, 2011 by aLeGna
In the few months that I've subscribed to The Local, I've seen several "fun" news like this one. Very interesting scope of topics and coverage.

@tsbarker13 - LOL... yeah, where are those information?
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