A video posted on the TGFbro channel on December 7, with the catchy title of 'I cemented my head in a microwave and emergency services came.
We've got a late contender for stupidest news story of the year, with less than a month left in 2017.
Firefighters try to free a YouTube prankster with a microwave stuck on his head Why did this man cement a microwave to his head?
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It took the emergency services an hour to free the man after being called to a house in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton.
The man's friends had poured Polyfilla - a type of plaster used for minor building repairs - around his head which was placed inside the appliance.
It took the firefighters a further hour to take the microwave apart and free him.
West Midlands Fire and Rescue said they were "seriously unimpressed" with TGFbro's "prank".
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Dakin added: "He was very relieved when we removed a large chunk of the Polyfilla with a screwdriver, allowing him to breathe more easily".
Watch Commander Shaun Dakin said: "As amusing as this sounds, this young man could quite easily have suffocated or have been seriously injured".
The firefighters consulted their technical rescue colleagues who guided them to carefully remove the Polyfilla around the young man's head using a screwdriver.
Unforch the deeply stupid YouTuber hasn't been named, with all the pictures released conveniently hiding his face (what with it being cemented into a microwave and all) so we can not give him the online roasting he so deserves.
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Adkin said, "this was clearly a call-out which might have prevented us from helping someone else in genuine, accidental need".