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Butcher trapped in freezer uses sausage to bash his way out

Butcher trapped in freezer uses sausage to bash his way out



2018-01-12T21:28:00+0000

The butcher said he was saved by a frozen sausage that he used as a battering ram.

The safety button to open the door had frozen in the -20 C (-4 F) chill.



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