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This is the moment a TikToker got stuck in a metal chair while she was filming some fetish content - then had to be cut out:
Sydney Jo filmed the entire ordeal - which was supposed to be some 'stuck fetish' content - and posted it on to her account @sydneysomethin.
Well, she sure took the 'stuck' thing to an extreme, didn't she?
The TikToker said that the whole thing was a 'JAWS OF LIFE SITUATION' in response to the people telling her to unscrew the chair.
Speaking afterwards to BuzzFeed, she said: "I've done dozens of videos, and I've had times before where I've panicked and thought that I couldn't get out of something, but I've always pushed myself through it, no matter how bad it hurts.
"I've had to unscrew things before but I've never actually been entirely stuck like that, it was honestly really scary."
She added: "I generally pick areas that I'm pretty sure I can get out of, and I saw the chair and I was like 'Oh I'm pretty sure I'll be able to get out of that, it's going to be a tight squeeze, but I'm positive I can get out'."
It wasn't until around 30 minutes into the recording of the video that she realised she was actually stuck IRL.
On the TikTok video, she explains: "For the last 30 minutes, I have been trying to get unstuck out of this metal chair. I'm literally stuck in it and I can't get out.
"And I'm panicking because I don't know what to do."
After explaining that the chair was wedged on her tailbone and pelvic bone, she resorted to the only thing she could - ringing the fire department.
When the firefighters arrived, one of them said: "Oh, you really did get it stuck in there, didn't you?"
After trying to cut her out, there was no alternative option than to use the 'jaws of life' which is a hydraulic rescue tool used by the fire department.
The clip with the firefighters has been viewed more than seven million times. Sydney Jo said: "I was freaking out when it was behind my back, and I was, like, listening to it because I could like feel the metal like vibrating like on my bones and stuff and I was just praying to God that I wasn't gonna get like severed.
"They were super nice and calm, and they even asked me if I wanted to hold [the Jaws of Life] and, like, to try it out after, but I declined."
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