Residents living in a city-owned apartment complex in Nottingham, England, were locked out of their homes on Tuesday of this week after a new security system was installed. Property manager Nottingham City Homes was installing security upgrades, including steel doors and “improvements” to the electronic entry system. Some of the residents were unable to get in after the upgrade, and Nottingham City Homes blamed a “software glitch” for the problem.Resident Jordan Gunn said: “My partner has been locked out several times. He has had to come round and throw pebbles at my window.” Good job she doesn’t live on the 25th floor. Not to worry, after the company apologized for the problems, they said that they should all have been fixed by Thursday. Hopefully it didn’t rain during the intervening two days. Oh wait, it’s England.
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