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It's a safe place, more people know it — that's what the woman who lived there for a year said of a Michigan supermarket's neon sign

It's a safe place, more people know it — that's what the woman who lived there for a year said of a Michigan supermarket's neon sign

NBC News according to The woman who lived in the neon sign at a Midland supermarket told police: The place was known as a safe place by many people in the city, but now that she has been found, it can no longer be described as safe. The woman lived in the neon sign advertising the store above the Family Fare supermarket for about a year until she was found by workers working on the building's roof on April 23.

And in the little nook protecting the neon billboard equipment, he laid parquet floors for himself. He had a computer, a printer, and even a printing press. The corner is very narrow, only 3-4 meters long and one and a half meters wide, and its height at the highest point is 240 cm, which is even lower than the Hungarian standards of newly built apartments.

The 34-year-old told police the site was a known safe haven within the city, but did not explain why she decided to stay there for a year. According to the video released by police, the woman was so concerned about her belongings that officers asked her to leave the loft-like space immediately.

One police officer said the temporary apartment the woman had created was impressive, but he did not know how to survive the winter in such a place. The woman replied: She knows how to solve the problem, she has been to Alaska before.

Based on the video, he asked police for time to contact his employer and get a truck to transport his belongings to a warehouse. The police refused and assured him that store employees would take his belongings and return them to him.

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By the way, the woman received the police dressed in black and wearing ski goggles on her head, saying that she was sensitive to the sun's rays.

“We called him and told him he was not allowed to live there,” Midland Police Department spokesman Brennon Warren said of the incident. According to her information, the woman committed an official trespass on someone else’s property, but no action was taken against her. Instead, they only informed him of the social services he could use in the city, but he did not want to use any of them. He left his temporary home peacefully and without incident.

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