Partying and getting drunk can be fun if you want to forget all your worries and not have a care in the world. However, all the fun stops when you’re drunk and accidentally fall down a poop hole.
Sounds like a disaster? Well, that’s exactly what happened recently to a woman from China.
The incident happened in Yulin, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China last Tuesday (June 19) where a woman slipped and fell whilst in the bathroom, and got her right leg stuck in the squat toilet hole. EEK!
Her family tried to get her out but they couldn’t, so they called emergency services at 3.38am.
Firefighters from the Yulin Fire Department arrived six minutes later and found a weeping, drunk and distraught woman who could not even move on the floor, reported Daily Mail.
They had to use several tools to break the porcelain toilet in order to free the woman, who suffered only minor injuries from the incident.
Her family had warned her before the incident to not use squat toilets after consuming alcohol, but she didn’t take heed to their advice and ended up in an embarrassing situation. Looks like she got herself into some deep sh**, quite literally.
The Yulin Fire Department then reminded people to drink responsibly especially during the holidays. You know what to do, alcohol lovers!
What would you do if you found yourself or someone else in a situation like this? Let us know in the comments below!
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