Ga. police suspect woman glued self to store toilet seat

COMMERCE, Ga. -- A woman who was glued to a toilet seat in a Banks Crossing shopping center store at Thanksgiving may have glued herself, Banks County Sheriff’s investigators now suspect.


Emergency medical services were called to the store to help remove the woman from the seat, but she had to be transported to a hospital in Gainesville for the procedure, according to a sheriff’s report.

A manager of the undisclosed store found a bag in the restroom with a bottle of Loctite GO2 glue that a sheriff’s investigator described as a construction-grade super glue, usually available only online.

Investigators reviewed video footage and no one else entered the bathroom in a reasonable amount of time to have done it, Deputy Sheriff Carissa McFaddin said Friday. “There is no evidence to show that someone did it besides who was in there.”

Investigators said there is not enough evidence to charge anyone, she said.

Three toilet seats were smeared with the glue, according to the report.



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