A dopey teenager needed cutting free by a team of firefighters after she got stuck – in a child’s SWING.
The red-faced 14-year-old became firmly wedged in the equipment at a play park while trying to show off to pals at 8.10pm on Saturday (30/7).
Her friends were forced to dial 999 when they realised she couldn’t get out of the toddler’s swing at King George V Playing Fields in Bloxwich, Walsall, West Mids.
A West Midlands Fire Service crew rushed to the scene and used a specialist saw to cut the girl free, who was trapped in the seat for half an hour.
Firefighters left the scene 20 minutes later and the teen suffered no injuries following her embarrassing ordeal.
Wolverhampton fire station tweeted a comical pic of the girl stuck in the swing with the caption: “Crews released girl trapped in child‘s swing. safety advice given, advised to stick to see saw and round about.
“She was very remorseful with exceptional manners more than most adults we meet. Children make mistakes and learn, didn’t you ?”
A West Midlands Fire spokesman said: “Whilst we see the humorous side to these incidents, they do take up valuable fire fighter time which could be better used helping to reduce the risk of fire in the community.”