Inexplicably, for the second time in a matter of months, another California woman has had to be rescued from a man's chimney. Ladies, can we not?
Firefighters in Riverside County, California spent two hours on Saturday morning removing a 35-year-old woman from the brick fireplace of ex-boyfriend Tony Hernandez, according to KTLA. The unidentified woman, who has children with Hernandez, allegedly decided to forgo a more acceptable method of entrance—and her clothes, natch—when she got no answer at the front door. At 5 AM. Firefighters managed to get her out with only minor injuries, but the fireplace, which had to be partially dismantled, was less fortunate.
"New Year's resolutions are meant to be broken," Jane Doe whispered to herself, soot-covered body painfully wedged halfway down the flue. "Tony will love this."
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