Published: Sun, December 10, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Firefighters free YouTube star who cemented his head into microwave

Firefighters free YouTube star who cemented his head into microwave

After the 22-year-old became horribly stuck because that's literally how cement works, five firefighters had to be called out to assist, no doubt thrilled at the oppurtunity to pull a fuckwit's head out of a microwave as opposed to saving lives by fighting actual fire.

After paramedics were unable to help, West Midlands Fire Service was called, and five firefighters spent nearly an hour freeing him at a cost of £650. The disconnected microwave was then used as a mould.

The group had already spent an hour and a half trying to free the YouTuber before deciding to call the emergency services.

Jay Swingler, the YouTube personality and social media prankster, gained worldwide notoriety this week after posting a video in which he purposefully lodges and "cements" his head into a microwave using the spackling paste, Polyfilla. Dakin said the mixture quickly hardened and set.

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TGFBro, a YouTube prankster whose previous stunts include setting himself in jello overnight and bathing in fake tan lotion, had filled a microwave with wet cement and placed his head inside, using a breathing tube to, you know, stay alive.

Firefighters were called, but after an hour they too admitted defeat, the Birmingham Mail reports, and were forced to contact colleagues from Technical Rescue for specialist advice.

Swingler's YouTube video shows the stunt and includes a thank you message to those who rescued him at the end. "But we had to be extremely careful with the screwdriver, working so closely to his head", he said. "But this was clearly a call-out which might have prevented us from helping someone else in genuine, accidental need".

Firefighters eventually managed to free him after an hour.

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