West Midlands Firefighters have expressed their displeasure after having to spend an hour rescuing a YouTube prankster who along with his friends cemented his head inside a microwave. Jay Swingler’s head got stuck in the microwave after filling the oven with Polyfilla and then sticking his head in it, wrapped in a plastic bag. A friend then used a hair dryer to harden the mixture. Ten minutes of blow drying cemented the mixture. Jay and his friends were trying to use the microwave as a mould but failed terribly. Jay could not even breathe through the plastic tube he was using for oxygen. The group had already spent an hour and a half trying to free the man after which the Fire Service arrived. Also Read - Viral Video: Delhi YouTuber Makes Pet Dog Fly Using Helium Balloons, Arrested For Animal Cruelty | Watch

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Before attempting the stunt, the group filmed the incident for their YouTube channel,TGFbro where Jay acknowledges that it’s extremely dangerous and he may die. In the video posted on his channel on Thursday, the YouTuber said, “I’ve never appreciated life so much.” In a statement, Watch Commander Shaun Dakin, officer in charge of the West Midlands Fire Service crew said, “As funny as this sounds, this young man could quite easily have suffocated or have been seriously injured.” Also Read - YouTuber Rahul Vohra's Last Post: Treatment Acha Mil Jata To Mai Bhi Bach Jata...

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Jay also tweeted with pictures of the incident:

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West Midlands Firefighters also took to Twitter sharing pictures of the careless accident saying, “We’re seriously unimpressed. Five of our firefighters were tied up for an hour this afternoon, freeing a YouTube pranker whose head had been ‘cemented’ inside a microwave oven.” The stunt was part of a stunt ‘extreme Christmas calendar,’ in which the YouTuber and his friend challenge each other in the countdown to December 25. Earlier, as a part of a similar challenged they had buried themselves in expanding foam.