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Following a fuck too intense, this woman is left with a huge vibrator stuck in the anus.

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Sometimes, it’s better not to share on social networks, especially when you’re a teacher. Emma Phillips, a 24-year-old teacher from Wallasey, Merseyside, gave news of her condition from her hospital bed after she entered it for a situation that was not trivial.

In fact, she was forced to go under the knife to be removed a vibrator of about 18 cm, stuck in her behind.

While her husband, Lee Miller, and she were engaged in naughty activities, she thought he had hidden the toy, until pressing her belly she still feels it inside her .

Of course, the couple tried to take it out with tongs for the barbecue, but without success.

But even if it’s not a conversation with colleagues, talking about it on Facebook may not be the idea of ​​the century:

“Our naughty Saturday morning games turned into a visit to Wrexham Hospital and surgery to remove a vibrator from my gut … and it continues to vibrate. If we can not do it on Saturday, when can we? ”

However, with her message, she tells people not to let embarrassment prevent them from going to seek medical help if such a situation happened to them.

“We had drunk the night before and could not drive. I had to call an ambulance at 7am for the most embarrassing reason. I had to explain everything to the operator. ”

His mother came to take care of the couple’s child while they were going to the hospital.

Following an X-ray, we saw that he was lodged too high and that it was necessary to anesthetize him to remove it. Everything was done with the help of a camera passing through his esophagus and pressing on his stomach to remove it manually.

The hospital staff offered to return the sex toy as a souvenir, but Miss Phillips politely declined attention.

Let’s bet that she will suffer many teases from those around her.

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