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Student stuck in vagina sculpture: 20 firefighters without forceps pull kid out

How does someone get stuck in a giant vagina sculpture? Sometimes you are better off walking away from a dare, which is something a 20-year-old American exchange student should have done, but instead he is headline news today for getting stuck in a giant sculpture of a woman's vagina.

An American exchange student climbed inside a giant vagina scupture on a dare and he got stuck. It took 20 firefighters to get him out and they pride themselves on not using forceps!
Tuebingen Fire Department via Facebook

Yes, the sculpture of a woman’s vagina sits outside a Germany university clinic and the media had a field day with the pictures that look like the birthing of a grown man! His parents must be so proud of their son's re-birthing attempt.

According to NBC News on June 23, the unnamed lad was dared to squeeze into the vagina sculpture and when he did, his leg got stuck. The fire department was finally able to pull the student out “without using forceps,” they add.

The firefighters worked on getting the student out of the statue for about 30 minutes. The six-foot replica of a woman’s genitalia has sat outside the microbiology and virology department of the city’s university clinic in southern Germany for 13 years.

The picture of the student stuck in the vagina statue has been the buzz on social media and you can imagine the comments swirling around this bizarre event. Apparently the kid tried to fulfill the dare and he attempted to strike an unusual pose which backfired on him, which is what one media outlet conveyed in German.

Time Magazine reports today that it took more than 20 firefighters to get this kid out of the “stone vagina.” The sculpture was created in 2001 by the Peruvian artist Fernando de la Jara.

Can you imagine being at the police station when the call came in? The person reporting this incident actually said that “a person is stuck in a stone vulva.”

The local news, Schwaebisches Tagblatt, noted that the firefighters report, "We were able to pull the victim out with our bare hands after about 30 minutes." It caused quite the stir on campus with the firefighters taking the student out of a $200,000 sculpture.

They added that they were able to extract an American exchange student trapped inside a giant vagina sculpture. This event took place in Tuebingen, a German university city in the southern part of the country.

This statue, which is worth $200,000, is not vulgar and you would probably not guess what it is just from looking at it, as it is not attached to a woman or any part of the female body.

This piece of artwork is a stand-alone vagina. Once you learn just what the sculpture was meant to be, you can definitely see why it is called a giant woman’s vagina.

This kid is going to have a hard time living this one down, as his friends and family in the U.S. can access this picture online now that this "stuck in a stone vagina" story has gone viral.

Parents can be very proud of their kids, especially when they excel to great heights and achieve success through all their milestones. For sure this kid has brains, as an exchange student program is usually geared to the above-average student.

This is just what his mom and dad need, bragging about their Johnny studying over in Germany and bang, little Johnny hits the news stuck in a stone vagina. Was this student trying to nab the ultimate selfie?

He nabbed the ultimate alright, ultimate humiliation. Some of the more kinder media outlets covered the kid's face to spare him the embarrassment, but by now anyone who knows this young man, probably knows about his exploration of the giant vagina and the aftermath!

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