THE LOCK THAT MADE IT VERY HARD TO FIT A KEY


The lock on the door of Flat no. 34tyy was a faulty lock for no key could fit it well, the reason:
Someone must have stuffed the lock with a load of finger nails. It was that brat Kevin Doghead, he was a resident at Bog House, a block of flats in Goodmayes Drive, so a locksmith was called he operated on the lock and in five seconds drove the finger nails out of the lock. He also told the resident to dip his key in milk so it should fit the lock.

The incident mentioned above wasn’t the only misdemeanour carried out. 
Downstairs, in the dining room, a man stuck chewing gum on the notice board. He was caught by Tony Salami, the chief carer in the block warned that if he did it again he would end up in the sin bin farm.

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