Firefighters release list of objects people actually got stuck in

The London Fire Brigade has revealed some of the unusual calls it receives about people becoming stuck in objects.

The list was unveiled as part of a safety push ahead of the Fifty Shades of Grey film, which they fear will lead to a spike in people becoming stuck in handcuffs.

In 2013/14, fire-fighters attended 472 incidents involving removing objects from people and people from objects, often household items.

Here are some unusual calls they have received:

Firefighters received a call from a woman whose hand was trapped in the ash tray of her car

Crews freed a teenager who was stuck in a swing

Firefighters freed a man who had his penis stuck in a plastic bottle

Firefighters freed a man who had his penis stuck in a vacuum cleaner

A woman called the brigade in a panic after getting her hand caught in a settee

Firefighters freed a man who had his penis stuck in a toaster

A woman called the to get help for her husband who was locked in a chastity belt

Crews helped free a father out of his child's toy car

Crews helped rescue a man who had fallen behind a toilet

Firefighters helped cut two rings from a man's penis. They had been stuck for three days

Firefighters freed a man who got stuck in a swing and another under a roundabout

Source: London Fire Brigade

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