When the floor came down, it was like a curtain of air.
The ceiling fan was spinning wildly, and I could hear the wind and the rain coming.
The rain was so heavy that it was making it difficult for me to breathe.
Then, the ceiling spray paint started to crack, and it took a few seconds before it started to drip and drip and dripping into the ceiling.
After that, I couldn’t move my feet at all, and my feet were very sore.
It was almost as if I was in a prison, I thought.
After three days, my mother called the police.
The police arrived at my home in Algiers, in western Algeria, to arrest me on a charge of “terrorism”, according to local media.
I was taken to a house where they took me into custody, and they brought me to a room and told me to stand in front of the television.
They were going to ask me to give them the names of the people who were responsible for the ceiling falling on my home, the police said.
I asked, “What is this?”
They said, “You are the one who did it, so go and confess.”
They took me to the room, and after two hours they took the television away.
Then they started to search my house.
They searched the walls, they searched the windows, they looked everywhere.
They took everything I had, and in the end they had nothing.
I don’t know how many times they searched me and then took everything away, but eventually they gave me my phone and my laptop and I went back to my home.
It took another two days for me and my mother to get the money for the damages to my house, so I can pay for it.
The court sentenced me to 15 days in prison, but it only took me two days to get out.
Now, I am homeless.
After I got out of jail, my mum sent me money, but she is still struggling.
I have no idea how I can live without money.
My father told me he had lost everything, and he was worried about my mother.
I think she’s been hit hard by the incident, he said.
So far, there are three other people who have been arrested for “terrorism”.
I can’t say what they did because the prosecutor told me they were only doing it for political reasons.
They wanted to find out the real reason behind the incident.
The next time the ceiling falls, I hope that it will be as bad as this one.
I know that I will be blamed.
It is important that the police understand that they are not the only ones who need to be punished, because people like us are also being blamed for what happened to our homes.