One of the good things about being the ‘go to’ “news” outlet for members of the emergency services, is that we get to see some of the most outrageous incidents which our colleagues are expected to have to deal with.
One in particular that sticks out in our minds, was the chap who called 999 in order to speak to the Police, only to share with them his concern for a duck that appeared to look a tad cold.
You may think that we are making this up but, alas, we are not. We covered the ‘story’ just the other month (click here to read that story) via our dedicated ‘news’ website.
Most of the ‘intel’ which is sent into us, is sent anonymously via our main website. And in between all of the c__p which we get sent from delinquent criminals telling us about an ‘investment’ that is too good to be true, occasionally we find an absolute gem.
Like, for example, this call that was made to the emergency services by someone who, following some ‘activity’ with their partner, ended up having to content with his semen becoming lodged in their throat AND nose….
I’m going to be honest with you here: I am not a virgin. And I have had some great experiences with my other-half in relation to ‘bedroom’ activities. I would say that I am experienced, but that I am not a ‘deviant’ – so to speak….
So I am finding it hard to understand how and why the individual making the above call to the emergency services, found themselves in such a predicament, and how they managed to pluck up the courage to call the emergency services for the reason as outlined in the call details above?
I am a male hetrosexual, so have never had to ponder what to do in a situation such as the scenario that the caller above found themselves in?
Would a drink of water not help? Or, maybe, a self-induced sneeze?
I am sure that our followers, both male and female, we be able to shine some light on this curious incident. By all means, feel free to Tweet us via @ES_Humour in order to try and ‘enlighten’ us.
More details regarding the call, will be revealed in the next issue of our popular digital magazine, affectionately called ‘S__ts & Giggles‘ (a term often used to describe serving in the armed forces and emergency services).
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And remember: If you are in the emergency services, regardless of where in the world you are located, and you have some ‘intel’ which you would like to share with us, then contact us via our main website: www.shitsandgiggles.online
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