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Woman Found Living Inside Supermarket Sign

Authorities say she had been living there for a year.

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A woman was discovered by Midland, MI Police inside a local Family Fare supermarket sign where she had reportedly been living for a year, according to People.com.

The woman had made a home for herself in the triangle-shaped sign, which included electricity and a Keurig coffee maker, but was forced to leave when the police were called and escorted her out. The woman had somehow gotten access to the roof of the building and used the top portion of the sign to construct her living space. Midland Police Officer Brennon Warren said the department has dubbed her “the Roof Ninja,” MLive.com reported.

While homelessness is a major national concern and nothing to be made light of, one must admire the determination and ingenuity of this unfortunate woman.

Read the full article at People.com.

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