An exchange student in Germany has had an experience to remember after a team of over 20 firefighters had to be called to free him from a vagina.
Most students tell some extraordinary stories about what they got up to if they're lucky enough to go on a year abroad, but for one student in Tübingen (who has chosen to remain anonymous) in southern Germany, he now has one hell of a tale to tell at his next dinner party.
For some reason or another, he decided to try and go exploring inside a sculpture which has been at the University since 2001, Chacán-Pi (Making Love), a piece by Peruvian artist Fernando de la Jara. he managed to end up getting wedged in the, ahem, opening of the sculpture, and needed the help of a team of 22 firefighters to free him from his predicament. They managed to free him without any tools (including the jaws of life) however, so there was no damage done to the sculpture.
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According to The Guardian, the mayor of Tübingen told the Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper that he had no idea how this student came up with the "extreme adolescent fantasy" of trying to get in to the sculpture, but that "to reward such a masterly achievement with the use of 22 firefighters almost pains my soul". Deep, man.