Woman Gets Stuck On Fence Trying To Sneak Into Pub Beer Garden
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A cheeky punter got stuck on a fence when she tried to sneak into a pub beer garden.
Nicole Meadows was enjoying a drink at her local The Hope and Anchor, in Royton, Greater Manchester, on Friday (7 May) night when she saw the woman and her pal attempting to get over the railing.
In a hilarious video shared online, the two women can be seen trying to hop over the fence.
But while one manages to just make it in, her pal doesn't have as much luck, getting caught on top and hanging upside down.
Eventually, the hapless drinker has to be helped back over to the other side, after which she can be heard shouting, 'I've hurt my vagina', as Nicole chuckles in the background.
Speaking about the bizarre incident, the 30-year-old said: "They'd closed the doors because the pub was full, but there were still a couple of empty benches outside.
"The first girl managed to get over, but the second one didn't.
"[She was] saying, 'I deserve a drink because I hurt my vagina'. She definitely wanted a beer.
"We all found it funny. She's lucky it's an open beer garden because she could have been dangling there."
The care worker had been with her mum Vicky Meadows when the chaotic scene unfolded before their eyes.
Nicole said people just couldn't believe what they were seeing.
"Everyone's going wild because everything's reopened," she said.
"It's got a really big beer garden. Somebody sat at the back of the pub [got up to] try and help her over.
"[After the incident] she just accepted the fact they weren't allowed in and tried going somewhere else.
"I think she wrapped her legs around it to try and save herself from smashing her face open."
The landlady of The Hope and Anchor pub, Margaret Newton, said she was just happy neither of them injured themselves.
Margaret said: "The door was shut, she tried to get in and she wasn't served. That's the only thing I can say.
"I told her to come back later on when it might have died down, but she didn't do. I haven't seen her since.
"I did ask her to come back. I said, 'We are full, love. I'm not serving you'.
"I'm just glad she didn't hurt herself.
"It's a light-hearted story. I have no problems.
"They do tend to climb over the fence. If they climb over the fence, the rule is they don't get served.
"I'll just be glad when we can get back to normal. We'll be able to welcome people back in and save all this hassle."