Swedish library inadvertently opens when it is supposed to be closed

People entered and behaved normally, reading and checking out books, not noticing the absence of library staff.

The Gothenburg Public Library should have been closed for All Saints Day but a door was left unlocked. Chaos did not ensue. In fact, usage of the library was perfectly normal although no staff were present. 446 people entered and 245 books were borrowed. What a great example of how people value and behave in their public libraries!

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