Wow, what a d!#k.
An American exchange student had to be rescued after he got stuck inside a giant vagina statue. But the worst part of the whole ordeal was that 22 firefighters had to show up to get him out. Presumably, one to actually rescue the poor guy and 21 to sit back and laugh.
The unidentified student’s ordeal all began when emergency services reportedly received a call Friday to say that someone was “stuck in a stone vagina” at Tubingen University in Germany.
Sounds like your typical distress call.
Once they arrived, firefighters delivered – er, rescued the boy from the sculpture “by hand and without the application of any tools.” Apparently, the student had been dared to climb inside the stone vagina when his leg became wedged in the carving.
And in case you’re wondering, the explicit sculpture was made by Peruvian artist Fernando de la Jara to represent the “gateway to the world,” and has stood outside Tubingen University’s Institute for Microbiology and Virology for over 13 years.
Sounds like they should have just called a midwife. The entire sculpture can be seen below: