Sometimes when you come home drunk, it's all you can do to get your keys in the door. I'm guessing YouTube user Oggfaba never comes home drunk, or she would not have added this additional challenge to her house:
There's no word on why she did it, though she did list the materials she used to build it, and even links to some of the products:
- Standard fiberglass exterior door.
- Red cedar (won't rot, but lighter than pressure treated). Three 2x4s, ripped to 3" to form a frame to offset the siding, mounted to the door using 3" lag screws and fender washers (fender washers used to prevent the bolts from tearing through the fiberglass door).
- HardiPlank siding.
- Morning Industry Keypad and Remote Deadbolt.
- Ball Catch (holds the door shut without needing a turn-able doorknob).
- Richelieu 1-1/2-in x 1-1/2-in Satin Nickel Surface Cabinet Hinge (two).
- Hose bib (used as as the exterior door handle... no working plumbing connected).
- Interior doorknob is a dummy knob (used for pulling the door open but doesn't actually latch).
My knee-jerk reaction was that posting video of a secret entrance on the internet makes it not so secret, as dozens of YouTube commenters were quick to point out. But one commenter puts us all in our place: "All of you are retards," s/he writes. "You don't even know where this house is located. You don't even have the remote and I'm pretty sure that the code they used on the video was changed."