Hide and seek gone wrong

January 7th, 2014 at 10:00 am by David Farrar

News.com.au reports:

A man from Mooroopna in country Victoria, aiming to surprise his girlfriend with his clever choice of hiding spot, had climbed naked into a top-loader washing machine, where he became firmly wedged, reports the Shepparton News.

Shepparton police Sergeant Michelle De Araugo said the man had attempted to climb into the washing machine on Saturday afternoon.

Emergency services were called, and after 20 minutes, freed the naked man by greasing him up with olive oil.

What would have been funnier is if she turned it on, thinking there was a load of laundry in there!

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10 Responses to “Hide and seek gone wrong”

  1. daveski (87 comments) says:

    DPF

    I think if she was turned on, then the fire brigade would have needed a lot of olive oil to get them both out of the washing machine

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  2. igm (1,413 comments) says:

    Sounds like Len Brown, though he would not have needed the olive oil.

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  3. Longknives (4,742 comments) says:

    The guy can count himself lucky that a family member didn’t return from his paper run and just turn the washing machine on in the dark (without taking any notice of the contents)!
    Cos you know- that always happens…

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  4. ChardonnayGuy (1,206 comments) says:

    Was this one of the “ugly Australians” we hear so much about on this side of the ditch? I knew Hurriut wasn’t the only one! ;)

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  5. Dennis Horne (2,403 comments) says:

    So he ended up in hot water, but the girlfriend didn’t throw the towel in. Hope the emergency services hung him out to dry. He sounds a drip.

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  6. Left Right and Centre (2,975 comments) says:

    At least he wasn’t putting kids in the washing machine – unlike lowlives here who chuck kids in the dryer and hang them out to dry. Literally.

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  7. iMP (2,385 comments) says:

    Sounds like this relationship is all washed up. Did the Fire brigade take “selfies”?

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  8. Harriet (4,969 comments) says:

    ShoodyGayGuy#

    “…..Was this one of the “ugly Australians” we hear so much about on this side of the ditch? I knew Hurriut wasn’t the only one!…”

    If his only other option he had was to go to a gay ‘bath’ house…….who could then blame him for getting into a washing machine? :cool:

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  9. MH (753 comments) says:

    Rinse upon a time….lucky he wasn’t gay,sometimes those front end loaders can spin out and shrink their delicates.

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  10. ChardonnayGuy (1,206 comments) says:

    Indeed, MH, and Aussie men already have (ahem) significant below the belt problems compared to our magnificent Kiwi pelvic profile! ;) Which is why they diss us so often. It’s an inferiority complex.

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