Mich. FFs use Jaws of Life to free woman stuck in a chair during ‘stuck fetish’ video

Ann Arbor firefighters had to try a couple techniques before successfully freeing the woman, whose TikTok video of the ‘entrapment’ has gone viral


By FireRescue1 Staff

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — It was likely a first for the Ann Arbor (Mich.) Fire Department, as firefighters responded to the scene of a woman stuck in a folding chair while making “stuck fetish” content.

Sydney Jo, 27, makes content that shows her stuck in a compromising position and then get free. She said fans pay to watch the scenarios unfold, reported Buzzfeed News.

But this time, Jo could not get herself unstuck and called the fire department – but not before firing up TikTok live.

The TikTok video, which has since been viewed more than 7 million times, shows Ann Arbor crews first try to free Jo using bolt cutters, then switch to the Jaws of Life to get the job done.

@sydneysomethin

Idk why TF I dabbed in the end 😩

♬ original sound - sydney jo

“I was freaking out when it was behind my back, and I was, like, listening to it because I could like feel the metal like vibrating like on my bones and stuff and I was just praying to God that I wasn't gonna get like severed,” Jo said.

@sydneysomethin

Reply to @teachertracy78 EVERYONE SAID TO UNSCREW IT BUT THIS WAS A JAWS OF LIFE SITUATION

♬ original sound - sydney jo

After the “entrapment” scenario was over, Jo said she was grateful for the help of first responders: “They were super nice and calm, and they even asked me if I wanted to hold [the Jaws of Life] and, like, to try it out after, but I declined,” she said.

Jo said she’s done dozens of stuck fetish videos and has always managed to extricate herself from the situation.

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