British YouTube prankster rescued after cementing his head in a microwave


A YouTube prankster in the United Kingdom had to be freed by firefighters after cementing his head with Polyfilla inside a microwave oven, Zululand Observer reports.

A YouTuber out of the United Kingdom feared for his life after a prank went horribly wrong. Sky News first reported that it took an hour for the crew of five firefighters to free Swingler, after he had cemented his head inside a microwave oven in the garage of his home at Fordhouses, Wolverhampton, U.K. The disconnected microwave was then used as a mould.

It took them almost an hour to free him.

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The microwave wasn't plugged in and was meant to be just as a mold, but the mixture set faster than expected, and Swingler struggled breathe through the plastic tube his friends had fed to him. Dakin said the mixture quickly hardened and set.

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It took five firefighters an hour to get the microwave apart and the plaster off his head. Dakin explained, "He was very relieved when we removed a large chunk of the Polyfilla with a screwdriver, allowing him to breathe more easily".

The firefighters consulted their technical rescue colleagues who guided them to carefully remove the Polyfilla around the young man's head using a screwdriver.

Dakin added that Swingler could have easily suffocated during this stunt and said, "All of the group involved were very apologetic, but this was clearly a call-out which might have prevented us from helping someone else in genuine, accidental need".

Jay Swingler, a British YouTuber from the channel "TGFbro", made a decision to cement a microwave to his head for his "Extreme Christmas Challenge" which nearly killed him, according to BusinessInsider.