Watch: Woman Stuck in Toddler Car Had to Be Cut Out With Bread Knife

By Tiffany Meier

A 34-year-old woman decided to climb into her 1-year-old cousin’s red and yellow toddler car as a joke but ended up getting stuck.

Zoe Archibald, from Scotland, thought it would be a funny joke to fit into the tiny Little Tikes Cozy Coutes car.

However, she soon realized she couldn’t fit into it, so it was placed over her head. But then it got stuck around her midriff.

Archibald stayed stuck for over an hour, according to the Daily Record.

“There was no way she could get herself out,” her 26-year-old nephew, Matthew Shepherd-Bull, told the publication. “She was in there for an hour. We had to cut the back off the car to get her out.

“No matter what we did she wasn’t able to get out,” he added. “Everyone found it funny, even Zoe.”

He added that “She was a bit panicked but mainly found it funny. It was just a joke.”

Eventually, they had to cut her out of the toddler car.

“Her dad had to cut her out,” he said. “The best thing we could find was a bread knife. It took about 15 minutes to cut through the plastic.”

Similar Incident

In 2016, a Yorkshire man decided to try and squeeze into the same type of toddler car. However, he also found himself stuck and unable to get out. One of his friends even takes a hammer and starts hitting away at the sides, hoping to break it free.

“Just leave him there,” one person suggested in the video, amid peels of laughter.

“How did he get in? I don’t even know how he got in,” another said.

“This is what happens when you drink too much alcohol and a toy car is in the vicinity!” Georgina Dallamore wrote about the video.

The video went viral online with many people taking to the comments.

“Can you imagine if they had to call the fire department for this?” one person wrote.

Several people tagged their friends in the comments and suggested that was an all too familiar sight.

“I tried this last year. I totally forgot how shall they actually are,” another person wrote.

Another person commented, “I wonder how could he fit in that tiny car.”