When you think about the types of calls which the emergency services have to deal with, most of the time your ‘imagination’ will conjure up scenarios of:
- Armed robberies (Police)
- Cardiac arrest (ambulance)
- Property fires (fire)
- Holiday makers drifting out to sea on inflatable crocodiles (Lifeboat)
- People getting lost (S&R)
The truth is, that these sort of calls probably make up only around 1 in every 7-14 ‘shouts’ (depending on service) which the emergency services actually have to deal with.
Every so often, the emergency services are called upon to help people who have, well, perhaps been a bit ‘adventurous’ when it comes to their ‘bedroom antics’.
One of our own admins recounted some time ago, a call which they had dealt with whereby a young lad had taken a ‘run up’ to his Mrs during sex, and ended up ‘thrusting’ the wooden frame of his bed…..ouch.
Many of our civilian followers, who watch TV Shows such as ‘999, Whats Your Emergency?’ would perhaps find it hard to believe that calls regarding ‘sexual misadventure’ make up so many of the jobs which our oppos (colleagues) have to deal with on a nightly (and daily) basis.
Senior Management within the emergency services probably aren’t even aware of some of the more ‘adventurous’ calls which our oppos have to deal with.
Indeed, one of the many reasons why we have our subscriber only eMagazine, affectionately entitled ‘S__ts & Giggles’, is because of the sheer amount of content which gets sent into us that is not really suitable to share in public.
Take, as a prime example, the call above.
We have decided to hide most of the details in the call, as it’s not really suitable to share in public (even though none of the patient’s’ personal details are shown).
And yet calls such as the one above make up more and more of the workload of the emergency services.
Maybe websites like ‘PornHub’ have created a situation where previously unknown ‘practices’ are finding their way into the bedrooms of individuals from all different walks of life…
Or perhaps films such as ’50 Shades of Grey’ (never seen it) have meant that previously ‘reserved’ types are starting to push the boat out a bit – which is great !
But just remember to exercise some caution when you start to ‘improvise’ with everyday objects, appliances and sex toys…
To find out the details of what happened in the call above, then subscribe to the next issue of our fortnightly eMagazine by clicking on >> this handy link << that will take you straight to the ‘sign-up’ page on our ‘corporate’ website (it only costs £1 per month and ANYONE can subscribe).
And if you are serving in the emergency services, wherever in the world you may be, and you come across any calls which are suitable for publication in S__ts & Giggles (but aren’t suitable to share in public) then you can contact us anonymously by following this equally-as-handy link
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