After a man was trapped in the walls of a theater in Syracuse, New York, for two days, the authorities rescued him on Friday. According to the BBC report, someone heard the sound from the wall around 7:30 p.m. When the man trapped inside to hit the wall repeatedly and yelled for help. The fire brigade was then dispatched to rescue the man. According to local media, rescuers severed the theater walls and discovered the naked man. Upstate University Hospital for Medical Aid. Syracuse Fire Department officials who rescued the man said in a statement on Facebook that it was unclear how he got to the crawl space behind the wall. The person had been seen walking around the building earlier this week, according to Landmark Theater director Mike Intaglietta, who spoke with Syracuse News.