Computer Glitch Automatically Opens Supermarket On Bank Holiday

Computer Glitch Automatically Opens Supermarket On Bank Holiday
Retail

The security system for a store in New Zealand opened the doors on Good Friday, when it was due to be closed.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 april 2011

A supermarket in New Zealand opened its doors and switched on its lights last Friday, with no staff to serve the customers. The Pak ‘n Save store in Hamilton was closed for the bank holiday but a computer glitch meant that the system unlocked the doors and turned on the power.

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