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American student gets stuck in German vagina sculpture

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An exchange student from the United States got caught in the act while exploring a giant stone vulva in Germany.

It happened outside the Tübingen University's institute for microbiology and virology. The 22-year-old was allegedly dared to climb on the marble artwork named Chacan-Pi, or Making Love.

The sculpture is supposed to signify "the gateway to the world," but the unnamed student couldn't pull his legs out.

It took five fire trucks and 22 firefighters to free him. All the while his friend took pictures of their labor.

'The fire department was not really amused and he was really embarrassed,' Erick Guzman posted on Imgur alongside the photos of his friend.

Tübingen's mayor told the Süddeutsche newspaper he was at a loss as to how anyone, even considering the most extreme adolescent fantasies, could have gotten stuck.

"To reward such a masterly achievement with the use of 22 firefighters almost pains my soul," he said.

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