Utah man will get locked inside 24 Hour Health after hours, shares selfies from inside facility

A Utah man was locked inside a 24 Hour Health gymnasium after it closed whereas he was swimming laps alone within the pool. 

Dan Hill instructed Fox 13 Salt Lake Metropolis that he’d been going to the gymnasium in Sandy, Utah for years and loved figuring out through the late nights. 

“I’m actually locked inside 24 hour health proper now. They closed the doorways and went residence whereas I used to be swimming my laps within the pool,” he wrote in an after-midnight Fb submit. “Would not the title means that they keep open 24 hours?” 

Hill walked round making an attempt to determine how one can get out of the constructing. Then he referred to as Sandy’s 911 dispatch, who instructed him they’d name him again. 

“I referred to as my spouse, she stated discover a comfy place to sleep,” he wrote. 

“I simply thought it was kinda humorous initially. You realize, it was kinda like Residence Alone,” Hill instructed KTVX. “Like oh my gosh. I’ve this gymnasium to myself.”

Whereas he was ready, he took goofy selfies with the pool, exercise machines and weights. 

Police arrived lower than an hour after Hill posted the pictures, which have now gone viral. 

“I’m amazed that it’s changed into what it has,” Hill stated.

A spokesperson for twenty-four Hour Health stated the health chain lately started closing some golf equipment between midnight and 4 a.m. “primarily based on low utilization, amongst different components,” in accordance with the report. The gymnasium as an alternative is directing members to close by golf equipment which can be staying open.

“We clearly didn’t do a superb job of our closing procedures for this membership on Saturday night time and can reinforce our membership procedures in order that this incident doesn’t happen sooner or later,” the assertion learn. 

“On behalf of 24 Hour Health, we apologize to Mr. Hill and the unlucky expertise he had,” the corporate stated. 

This story was reported from Los Angeles. 

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