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Sean Crawshaw has now been jailed for more than two years Share CommentsGet daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA hapless burglar who became wedged in a window as he tried to climb into a pensioner’s house has been jailed. Startling photos taken by police show how intruder Sean Crawshaw, 47, was found stuck in the tiny upstairs window of a property in Bank Street, Radcliffe. He was discovered by the stunned occupant of the house, a woman in her 60s, when she returned home from a trip to the shops. Crawshaw’s head was completely stuck through the window, with his knees on the windowsill of the house - around 15 feet off the ground. Intruder Sean Crawshaw, 47, got stuck in the window Read More Is this Britain's Hugh Hefner? The 'Longford Lover' claims he's slept with more than 2,000 women The householder dialled 999 and police and fire crews came to remove the failed burglar. He was later arrested and has now been locked up for his offence. Crawshaw, 47, of James Street in Radcliffe, was jailed for two years and four months after pleading guilty to burglary with intent to steal. Speaking after the case, Sergeant Richard Garland, from the GMP Whitefield team, said ‘poetic justice’ had been served. He told the M.E.N.: “While we can appreciate the humorous nature of this job, the lady who lived at the house was very frightened and upset by the incident. “The woman, in her 60s, went out to do some shopping at around 11.10am and came home to find this man hanging out of her bathroom window. Intruder Sean Crawshaw, 47 has been jailed for more than two years. Read More 54-year-old man left unconscious in middle of road after being attacked by gang of teenagers “She was very upset at the time.” When police officers arrived at the scene on December 16, the fire brigade were called to free him. Firefighters took about 20 minutes to release the burglar, who had injured his ear after getting stuck. Crawshaw was sentenced on Tuesday, January 16 at Minshull Street Crown Court in Manchester.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterFollow @MENNewsdeskSubscribe to our Daily newsletterEnter emailSubscribeCommentsShow more commentsMore OnBuryManchesterRadcliffe


Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA hapless burglar who became wedged in a window as he tried to climb into a pensioner’s house has been jailed. Startling photos taken by police show how intruder Sean Crawshaw, 47, was found stuck in the tiny upstairs window of a property in Bank Street, Radcliffe. He was discovered by the stunned occupant of the house, a woman in her 60s, when she returned home from a trip to the shops. Crawshaw’s head was completely stuck through the window, with his knees on the windowsill of the house - around 15 feet off the ground. Intruder Sean Crawshaw, 47, got stuck in the window Read More Is this Britain's Hugh Hefner? The 'Longford Lover' claims he's slept with more than 2,000 women The householder dialled 999 and police and fire crews came to remove the failed burglar. He was later arrested and has now been locked up for his offence. Crawshaw, 47, of James Street in Radcliffe, was jailed for two years and four months after pleading guilty to burglary with intent to steal. Speaking after the case, Sergeant Richard Garland, from the GMP Whitefield team, said ‘poetic justice’ had been served. He told the M.E.N.: “While we can appreciate the humorous nature of this job, the lady who lived at the house was very frightened and upset by the incident. “The woman, in her 60s, went out to do some shopping at around 11.10am and came home to find this man hanging out of her bathroom window. Intruder Sean Crawshaw, 47 has been jailed for more than two years. Read More 54-year-old man left unconscious in middle of road after being attacked by gang of teenagers “She was very upset at the time.” When police officers arrived at the scene on December 16, the fire brigade were called to free him. Firefighters took about 20 minutes to release the burglar, who had injured his ear after getting stuck. Crawshaw was sentenced on Tuesday, January 16 at Minshull Street Crown Court in Manchester.


He was found stuck kneeling on the windowsill and when police officers PC Dolan and PC Grady arrived on scene the fire service was called. It took 20 minutes to free him in the incident last December. Sergeant Richard Garland, of the Greater Manchester Police Whitefield team, said: "Poetic justice has been served. “It doesn't happen very often. Although we can laugh at him we mustn’t forget that the poor lady in the house was very upset by it – she’s still a victim. “Crawshaw was so firmly wedged the fire service had to use some force to get him out and he ended up with some cuts and scrapes to his ear and face.”


Story highlightsHis neighbors and bobsled teammates did not hear his loud bangs for help The 6-foot, 220-pound sportsman is familiar with speed and quick movements The former football player also ran track in collegeAmerican bobsledder Johnny Quinn is the Olympics' version of the Incredible Hulk. Or something like that. Quinn was in his bathroom in Russia's Olympic Village in Sochi when the door jammed Saturday. What's a former football player to do to free himself? Smash down the door with swift, hard punches. Then take a picture of the ruins and post it on social media. His neighbors and bobsled teammates did not hear his cries -- or rather loud bangs -- for help, he said. "I was sitting there, banging on random parts of the wall, seeing if I could catch someone's attention," he said. "And as I'm banging on random parts, going around the bathroom, I kind of hit the door and it cracks. And so I go a little bit harder, and my fist goes through the door." The 6-foot, 220-pound sportsman is familiar with speed and quick movements. A former football player for the Green Bay Packers, the 30-year-old also ran track at his alma mater, the University of North Texas in Denton.But it's his bobsled push training that came in handy during the break out, he said.Quinn and his teammates compete February 16.


A hapless burglar had to be rescued after getting wedged in a bathroom window. Sean Crawshaw, from Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, was caught dangling from the upstairs window of a house he was trying to raid. The occupant, a woman in her 60s, saw him suspended from the window after she returned from a trip out. Crawshaw, 47, had shimmied up the drainpipe and managed to poke his head through the window – but the rest of him failed to follow.


“The woman, in her 60s, went out to do some shopping at around 11.10am and came home to find this man hanging out of her bathroom window.


"I was sitting there, banging on random parts of the wall, seeing if I could catch someone's attention," he said. "And as I'm banging on random parts, going around the bathroom, I kind of hit the door and it cracks. And so I go a little bit harder, and my fist goes through the door."