Crazy Love: Woman Rescued From Chimney Belonging To Man She Met Online
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (KABC) -- A 28-year-old woman rescued from a chimney at a Thousand Oaks home was allegedly trying to break into the home of a man she had met online.
According to ABC 7 Eyewitness News, residents of 1900 block of Woodside Drive heard the noise coming from the chimney of the house (pictured) at about 5:45 a.m. and alerted the Police department.
Deputies discovered Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa trapped inside the chimney. The Ventura County Fire Department and Urban Search and Rescue members had to act fast in order to keep Genoveva alive. They dismantled the chimney and she was lubricated with dish soap prior to being hoisted out, Ventura County Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery said via Twitter.
Luckingly, Genoveva was conscious upon being removed and was rushed to the nearest hospital for evaluation, Lindbery said.
Though the male resident of the home that was broken into was not around during the incident. He was later informed by the police and he said he had met Nunez-Figueroa online and went on a few dates with her, but had recently ended the relationship.
This is the second time Nunez-Figueroa was found on his roof. Two weeks ago, he spotted her and called police, but she disappeared. "I'm going to be a little more cautious of who I invite into my house now," said Lawrence, who did not want to reveal his last name. Nunez-Figueroa was later arrested for illegal entry and providing false information to a peace officer.
This is why I have never been a fan of online dating. You never know who you are chatting with. You could be chatting with a psycho, a serial killer, a crack head or worse.
I am sure the people in that neighborhood probably thought Santa was visiting in October. Well, that's not Santa coming down your chimney... it's an 'ex' you met online.
All you online dating freaks, I hope you learn from this. This is the worst online dating fling ever!!! Lol!!!