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Wally of the Week – Emma Phillips

Woman whose sex toy ended up stuck up her bum (and then told the ‘Mail Online’ all about it) has to be our ultimate Wally of the Week

 

You couldn’t make it up – Our Wally of the Week had to be Emma Phillips, a 24 year old teacher whom had to undergo surgery after a seven inch pink sex toy became lodged up her bum.

 

Whilst one can certainly feel sorry for the Liverpudlian woman’s plight, that she went to the Mail Online and told them all about it proves that she’s nothing but either a money grabber or fame hungry or simply stupid.

 

In comments on Facebook, Miss Phillips stated:

 

“When a bit of Saturday morning playtime results in spending the day in Wrexham hospital having a nice pink vibrator surgically removed from your bowel areas…. whilst it’s still vibrating. If you can’t on a Saturday when can ya?”

 

Of trying to remove it, she told the paper:

 

“For a while Lee [her boyfriend] was suggesting all kinds of wonderful options. He tried a kitchen fork handle, which we won’t be using again, and said he could feel it at one point but that it was too far up – it was a goner. He tried BBQ prongs too but after a certain point – after an hour of trying – we knew were going to have to go to hospital. We were both a bit shocked”.

 

Thankfully the operation was a success and of what happened, Miss Phillips concluded: “I’ve learnt that I’ll need to be a bit more careful in the future”.

 

 

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