weird news


January 04, 2018

weird news

Fire crews were called to help a man remove a penis ring after it got stuck. Doctors at Ipswich Hospital had to resort to getting help from 10 firefighters who were called to use their equipment to free the man, after the penis ring got stuck when a sex game went wrong, according to the Metro newspaper.

The crews had to use the cutting equipment after lube from the doctors failed to work - but it's not known whether the man needed any further treatment.

A spokesman said: "Fire crews were called for assistance by the East of England Ambulance Service.

"They attended Ipswich Hospital in the early hours of Saturday morning and removed a large ring from the base of a man's penis.

"It was finally cut off with a small piece of cutting equipment. We cannot give any other details."

Wedding guests were stunned when a pregnant bride's water broke during her first dance. Dannie Mountford, 19, was dancing with her new husband Carl, 18, when her waters broke, and the couple had to leave friends and family to enjoy the party, the Mirror Online reported.

The bride gave birth to daughter Jasmine in the early hours of the next morning, and her mother said: "One second I was dancing with my new husband, and the next I was giving birth to my little girl.

"It was such a big surprise, but it's made our wedding day even more memorable and will always be extra special.

"It wasn't until I was in the labour ward that my wedding dress was taken off. It was soaking because of my waters bursting on it."

A woman has put her virginity up for auction. Bailey Gibson, 23, is an adopted daughter of devoutly religious parents and lived in an all-girls Christian boarding school growing up, but has decided to try a new way of life and has promised the highest bidder will be able to pop her cherry at a brothel.

In a blog post, according to The Sun Online, she said: "I grew up nestled in a gated community in the suburbs of Sacramento, California.

"I was adopted when I was one year old, and grew up with very strong Christian values as my adoptive father was an elder at our home church.

"I was not allowed to watch TV, listen to any music other than Christian music, have friends over, or have sleepovers ever. If we did watch a movie, it was on the Hallmark or Disney channel. If we were allowed to watch TV, we were allowed to only watch programmes like Little House on the Prairie. I remember sneaking and watching Carmen Sandiego cartoons and Hannah Montana with my sister."

Bailey is planning on losing her virginity at the Bunny Ranch which is owned by Dennis Hof, who has capitalised on a number of deflowerings over the years - in Nevada.

Hof said: "She's a good girl, as sweet as they come.

"She wanted to save herself for the right guy and live what she thought was a wholesome and righteous life, and the world threw her a nasty curve ball.

"So many millennials find it difficult to get their footing in today's post-recession America, and young women have it harder than anyone.

"I applaud Bailey for using every commodity at her disposal to make a better life for herself and cultivate a prosperous future."

Neighbours have started a petition to change the name of their road. The residents of Bell End which leads on to Mincing Lane in West Midlands are trying to convince Sandwell Council to change the name as they claim they have become a laughing stock due to the sexual connotations attached to the word.

So far only 11 people have signed the petition on which reads: "As you may be aware, the term Bell End can be seen and used as a rude and/or an offensive word.

"As well as this, it can affect people and children, including children being bullied and teased at school and generally now become a laughing stock, as seen very recently on Facebook and other social media sites, and it's time for a change.

"We want the local Sandwell Council to acknowledge our name change request to a new road name and at the least to a similar name."