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The pandemic has been a testing time for everyone, especially when it comes to dealing with different personalities during lockdown.
One man who was wanted by authorities apparently had such a gutful of those he was in lockdown with that he willingly handed himself into police.
Sussex Police in the UK revealed the man got in touch because he would rather be in prison than 'spend more time with the people he was living with'.
That household must have been a nightmare.
The man, who hasn't been identified, rang up and surrendered to Burgess Hill police station this week, after becoming so fed up of his household that he decided to haul himself off to jail to get some 'peace and quiet'.
Mid Sussex Neighbourhood Policing Inspector Darren Taylor tweeted about the unusual event, saying: "Wanted male handed himself into the team yesterday afternoon after informing us he would rather go back to prison than have to spend more time with the people he was living with.
"One in custody and heading back to prison to serve some further time on his own."
Inspector Taylor said the man was wanted on recall to prison, and that he handed himself in to the station on Wednesday at around 5 pm.
According to Sky News, a study released in October last year indicated that around 53 per cent of people had felt anger towards people they know because of their behaviour amid the Covid pandemic.
We can't say we blame him, to be honest.
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