Totally off the wall on this topic read with caution

Posted: October 12, 2013 in WTF?

London firefighters have launched a public shaming campaign to stem the rise of locals summoning urgent help to remove foreign objects stuck on or inside  their bodies, but the kinky topic is so taboo in America some top U.S. emergency workers won’t discuss the behavior.

Except in Los Angeles: 911 operators do receive a small number of sexually bizarre rescue pleas and do dispatch ambulances, including instances in which they must assist men with heavy steel rings lodged around their private parts. Officials at other emergency agencies struggled to answer if  as in London they have marked an uptick in the rate of 911 calls or ER visits from Americans with foreign objects wedged into their rectums or folks with sensitive body parts jammed into kitchen appliances or other embarrassing orifices.

“I’m just not sure where to go with this.”

But in London, fire officials aren’t holding their tongues about how they must perform tasks like freeing a man’s penis from a vacuum cleaner, theorizing that an increase in such randy rescue calls in that city is perhaps propelled by the popularity of the erotic romance novel "Fifty Shades of Grey." 

CBS late night talk show host David Letterman heard about the issue and decided Wednesday to "Thoughts Going Through The Mind Of The Guy Who Had Sex With A Toaster." "Boy, I mean I can think of maybe a dozen things around the house I’d pick before the toaster, just off the top of my head," Letterman said. "But that’s just me. I mean, everybody has different tastes." Personal note: Ok so this morning I was inspired by similar news articles and Tweets by the London fire brigade and Bill Briggs

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Comments
  1. MartyW47 says:

    People can be idiots, it’s what makes them entertaining. Sounds like future contenders for a Darwin award… 😉

  2. Gayle says:

    Calling them idiots is putting it mildly that’s not what I would call them, but I will leave that for another off the wall topic maybe, with me you never know

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