Interns are temporarily hired to help with the workflow of an organisation, but this intern in Germany forced the German prison to change 600 locks after sparking security fears by sending pictures of the prison keys to his friends.
According to German media, the trainee at Heidering prison near Berlin clicked pictures of the keys and shared them to his friends in a WhatsApp group to boast about his new job.
It appears that the intern had failed to understand that the keys can easily be replicated by specialists and could’ve been smuggled inside the prison.
It raised fears of a mass break-out at the prison with 647 inmates, forcing the keys to be changed at an estimated cost of £43,000 (approx Rs 43 lakhs), the Daily Mail reported
Before the incident was reported to judicial authorities, the intern apparently shared pictures of cell and corridor keys.