Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa is giving the word “stalker” a whole new meaning.
The Thousand Oaks, Calif., resident met a dude online. They went on six dates. After that, said dude was all, like, yeah this isn’t going to happen, so he ended the relationship.
Unfortunately for him, Nunez-Figueroa wasn’t ready to say goodbye.
She decided to sneak into his Thousand Oaks home by way of his chimney. And since she isn’t Santa Claus or soot, she got stuck. Enter the firefighters who had to extract her.
According to KTLA 5, deputies responded to the home at 5:45 a.m. Sunday morning after a caller reported the woman had been stuck in the small space for two hours.
With a little dish soap, jackhammers and some muscles, they were able to lift her up nearly three hours later. She was transported to Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center for evaluation and booked for illegal entry.
The photos are priceless and pretty, um, scary:
#entrapment patient was lifted out of chimney and hoisted from roof using ladder truck and stokes basket pic.twitter.com/SlUITCmXpU— Capt Mike Lindbery (@VCFDPIO) <a href="https://twitter.com/VCFDPIO/status/523926487238709251">October 19, 2014
#entrapment patient was lifted out of chimney and hoisted from roof using ladder truck and stokes basket pic.twitter.com/SlUITCmXpU
Another shot from entrapment call. Chimney flue was lubricated with dish soap prior to hoisting patient pic.twitter.com/KtkX1bVdmV— Capt Mike Lindbery (@VCFDPIO) <a href="https://twitter.com/VCFDPIO/status/523899818142621696">October 19, 2014
Another shot from entrapment call. Chimney flue was lubricated with dish soap prior to hoisting patient pic.twitter.com/KtkX1bVdmV
#ThousandOaks #entrapment FFs have reached the conscious victim. Extrication expected soon. pic.twitter.com/W2O1EGX73u— Capt Mike Lindbery (@VCFDPIO) <a href="https://twitter.com/VCFDPIO/status/523854298736652288">October 19, 2014
#ThousandOaks #entrapment FFs have reached the conscious victim. Extrication expected soon. pic.twitter.com/W2O1EGX73u
As for the homeowner, who wasn’t home at the time and does not want to be identified, he said, “I hope she gets help. I hope she stays offline. Well, even if she’s online, people are probably going to know who she is now, so, you’re welcome.”
You can watch KTLA 5’s full video of the incident below:
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