Whilst much of the country was battered by storms over the weekend, one lady was determined to go out and have a good time. And rightly so.
By all accounts, she managed to have a few drinks and make it back to her home relatively unscathed
But it was then when the problems started to occur for the weekend reveller.
West Yorkshire Police tweeted to say that a good samaritan had called them via 999 to report that they could hear a woman screaming.
Officers promptly attended the location only to find that a female had become stuck in her cat flap as she tried to regain entry to her property whilst under the influence of
The tweet said:
‘Best call of the night!
‘A good Samaritan rings on 999 to say they can hear a female shouting for help.
‘We attend as an emergency and found a woman stuck in her cat flap intoxicated’.
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