Tight squeeze! Shopper goes viral after she’s filmed getting stuck behind the railings outside a B&M store
- Macie Emery filmed her sister who got stuck between a wall and metal railing
- The clip, filmed outside a B&M store, has been liked more than 600,000 times
- At one point a woman tries to help Annie out but can’t seem to free her
A woman went viral after she was filmed getting stuck behind the metal railings outside a B&M store.
British TikTok user Macie Emery uploaded a video yesterday showing her younger sister Annie wedged behind the barriers after slipping on a shopping trip earlier this year.
The short video, which shows friends trying to pull Annie out from behind the railings while fellow customers look on, has proved a hit with social media users, racking up more than 660,000 ‘likes’ on the platform.
Macie Emery recorded a video of her sister (pictured) wedged between a metal railing and a wall at a B&M store after she slipped between them
Ironically set to Fontella Bass’ ‘Rescue Me’, the video begins with Annie already stuck between the railing and wall, with her legs dangling helplessly over the bar.
She looks up, embarrassed to see her sister filming her in her predicament.
The hilarious clip then cuts to the side as a girl tries to pull Annie out from between the metal rail but doesn’t have much luck.
By this point a crowd had gathered to watch Annie’s struggle to free herself from the railing.
The video concludes with Annie still trapped between the wall and railing.
The video has already received more than 600,000 likes on TikTok, with more than 10,000 people leaving comments.
At one point in the video, another person tries to lift Annie out from between the railing and the wall but doesn’t have much luck. A crowd forms behind them which giggles at Annie’s situation
People were quick to laugh at Annie’s situation, with one person asking if she ever made it out from between the railing and wall.
While another person joked: ‘Rumour has it she’s still there.’
Other people pointed out the fact that a crowd had formed but only to watch rather than help the poor girl.
One person said: ‘It’s like in The Avengers when they were trynna pick up Thor’s hammer.’
People were quick to leave comments on the video, with more than 10,000 people replying to the video in the day after it was posted
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