The two said they were “remorseful” after doing the crappy stunt.
At a grocery store in Norfolk County, Canada, a 13-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy were apprehended after they built a toilet paper fort, hid in it, and stayed the night.
According to police, the teens created the makeshift fortress in one of the store’s aisles on Monday night, then proceeded to sleep in it after the place closed. At around 4:30am, as staff restocked shelves, the two woke up and ran to the bathroom to hide.
One of the employees noticed the pair and called the cops, who took them back to their parents. No charges are to be filed, but the teens said they are “very remorseful” for what they did.
The incident is one of many ‘overnight challenges’ that have been done in the last couple of years. In the past, others have attempted sleeping in schools, restaurants, and other stores like Costco, Walmart, and Toys R’ Us.
Those who are planning to attempt the practice have been warned that it can result in trespassing or break-in charges.
Via CTV News