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Girl, 12, put herself under arrest — getting locked in museum’s WWII handcuffs

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A GIRL of 12 put herself blunder arrest — by getting locked in a museum’s pair of WWII handcuffs.

Ayla McLaughlin was shackled for nearly an hour as staff had no key.

Ayla McLaughlin was shackled by the museum's cuffs for nearly an hour as staff had no key

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Ayla McLaughlin was shackled by the museum’s cuffs for nearly an hour as staff had no keyCredit: Paul McLaughlin
Ayla got one wrist trapped on a family visit to the interactive Black Country Living Museum, in Dudley, West Mids

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Ayla got one wrist trapped on a family visit to the interactive Black Country Living Museum, in Dudley, West MidsCredit: Paul McLaughlin
After 45 minutes an engineer with a G-clamp buckled the cuff and the family were given tickets to the museum’s funfair — while Ayla got an ice pack for her wrist

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After 45 minutes an engineer with a G-clamp buckled the cuff and the family were given tickets to the museum’s funfair — while Ayla got an ice pack for her wristCredit: Paul McLaughlin

They ended up having to break the exhibit to free her.

Ayla got one wrist trapped on a family visit to the interactive Black Country Living Museum, in Dudley, West Mids — with the other cuff fastened to a leather loop.

Her builder dad Paul, 38, told The Sun: “The museum’s about picking things up and playing with them.

“There was a pair of cuffs just lying there. Ayla put them on her wrist and suddenly they just clicked.

“We didn’t think it was a big deal but a worker said they were from the war so nobody has the key.”

After 45 minutes an engineer with a G-clamp buckled the cuff and the family were given tickets to the museum’s funfair — while Ayla got an ice pack for her wrist.

Paul, of Leicester, added: “There was a cheer when we got them off. Ayla knows she’s a nuisance so she found it funny.”

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