Offbeat YouTube prankster cements head in microwave

08:50  08 december  2017
08:50  08 december  2017 Source:   news.sky.com

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The idiot in question was later identified by the media as none other than YouTube prankster Jay Swingler, aka TGFbro. (Of course his handle has “bro” in it. MAN CEMENTS HEAD IN MICROWAVE (TGFBro) (TWOTI) - Продолжительность: 10:03 WillNE 1 023 552 просмотра.

What a hothead! YouTube prankster has to be freed by firefighters after friends cemented his HEAD inside a microwave . Five firefighters spent an hour

Rescue crews say the man was lucky not to suffocate© Other Rescue crews say the man was lucky not to suffocate

A YouTube prankster had to be freed by firefighters in an hour-long rescue after he cemented his head inside a microwave.

The 22-year-old put his head in a plastic bag inside the microwave before friends poured seven bags of Polyfilla inside.

It happened in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton© Other It happened in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton The group had intended to use the microwave as a mould, but the man got trapped. His friends spent 90 minutes trying to rescue him before fire crews were called to Fordhouses, Wolverhampton to help.

The man was able to breathe with the help of an air tube the group had managed to feed through.

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Rescue crews say the man was lucky not to suffocateA YouTube prankster had to be freed by firefighters in an hour-long rescue after he cemented his head

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Rescue crews say they were 'seriously unimpressed'© Other Rescue crews say they were 'seriously unimpressed' West Midlands Fire and Rescue said they were "seriously unimpressed" with the group.

Watch Commander Shaun Dakin said: "As funny as this sounds, this young man could quite easily have suffocated or have been seriously injured.

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