A woman whose body was discovered inside a charity bin outside a shopping centre became stuck, police have said.
A member of the public sadly found her body near Stocklands Burleigh Heads at Gold Coast Shopping Centre, Australia, on Monday.
Police established a crime scene and cordoned off the area.
Two hours later they said her death had been caused by "misadventure" and was not being treated as suspicious.
The woman, aged in her 30s, is believed to have become stuck and trapped inside the bin.
Officers are working to identify her.
Police, fire crews and ambulances swarmed the area.
Witnesses saw Queensland Fire and Emergency Service crew members working to cut the bin open in the morning.
A police spokesman said a report would be prepared for the coroner.
Paramedics were also called to the scene but there was nothing they could do, reports Bianca Stone, Sun Rise on 7 journalist.
Last July, a woman had died after her head became stuck in a charity clothing bin near Melbourne.
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A passer-by discovered she was trapped from the waist up, ran to her aid and phoned for an ambulance.
Paramedics raced to the car park on McPherson Street before attempting to revive the woman.
Sadly, she could not be revived and was pronounced dead at the scene.
And in January 2020, a person was trapped in a donation bin for three days after claiming someone pushed her in and locked the door.
The woman had been reaching into the bin when she was reportedly lifted and thrown through the pull-down hatch.
She spent the entire weekend trapped and unable to move her arms and legs, and was eventually rescued after someone heard her screaming.
New York Police said once a person is inside the bin, the sliding door makes it impossible for them to escape alone.
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