A locksmith who offers to unlock your car at night and give you a key to get out may not be a good idea for your home.
In a blog post, locksmith Michael Wirth, said he would never do this to anyone but his wife.
He also said that he only did it when he had to because he needed to lock the doors and that he was scared of people walking up the stairs.
The locksmith also said he used to lock his own car.
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He was in a hurry.
He said he only got one lock for the car.
He went to his local locksmith to get one, but the store owner told him they would have to charge a lot more.
“I’m not a car thief, I’m a locksmith,” he said.
The lock he used was a small one.
He says it only had one hole.
“When I got the lock I had to put my finger in there and then put it back on,” he told ABC News.
“So I was in the dark when I got it.”
He did it once.
Wirth said he once locked the door to the house to get to a customer who had a locked car.
The car was unlocked and he said he heard the door slam and someone inside the car yell “Oh, hey, Mr Lock”.
“I looked over and saw that it was me, and that’s when I started laughing,” he explained.
He used the car again when he needed a key.
“You know what I used to do?” he said of his car.
“It was like, ‘This is it, I have a key for my house’. “
It was like a real joke. “
It was like, ‘This is it, I have a key for my house’.
The only thing I’d done was get the key, pop the ignition and lock my car door, and it was a good joke.”
He didn’t do it for the money.
Wuth told ABC that the car key he used cost him about $200, but he didn’t think he would get away with it because he had his wife and three children to pay for.
“She’s a good wife and a mother, so she’s got to do that,” he added.
“And that was the only thing that cost me anything.”
He isn’t a thief.
With said he was not a thief but had to do it because his car keys were stolen.
He has contacted the local police, but so far no-one has come forward.
The ABC has contacted Michael Wuth for comment.