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A US priest has taken a leave of absence after he apparently phoned the emergency services to report that he was stuck in a pair of handcuffs, according to an audio clip released by an American newspaper.
The priest, from Springfield, Illinois, is also reported to have been wearing “some sort of gag” when police arrived, according to the Illinois Times newspaper.
The newspaper released audio of the 911 call in which the priest, whose voice is muffled, tells the operator: “Hi there, I’m stuck in a pair of handcuffs. I’m going to need help getting out before this becomes a medical emergency.”
Apparently struggling to hear him, the operator asks the priest to repeat his problem, before asking: “You’re stuck in a pair of handcuffs?”
He replies: “(I was) playing with them and I need help getting out.”
The Diocese of Springfield said that the Bishop Thomas Paprocki granted the priest’s request for a leave of absence before Christmas.
A spokesman for the diocese of Springfield refused to comment further on the priest’s current whereabouts or status, adding only: “He came to the bishop before anyone was aware of the incident. He came to the bishop and asked for help and was granted leave.”