Hotel guests didn't like this access error

Jan. 3, 2012
Hotel's door access system stopped working at the stroke of midnight on New Year's eve

Guests breaking into hotel rooms through ceilings, party in the hallways, guests climbing from balcony to balcony, and it was all because of a hotel key card access control system that stopped working when they New Year hit. That's the story from KKTV, and while few details are provided on why the electronic door access control system stopped working at the stroke of midnight, it does tell you about what you'll have to deal with when you lock a bunch of guests outside their rooms on New Year's Eve.

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