Read this in the sun today and had to laff and laff and laff!!!!!
A VICAR turned up in agony at a hospital with a potato stuck in his bottom.
The clergyman told stunned casualty nurses he fell backwards on to his kitchen table while hanging curtains. He happened to be nude at the time of the mishap.
Mishap ... potato?
The embarrassed reverend, in his 50s, had to undergo a delicate operation to extract the offending vegetable.
The spud was yesterday revealed to be among a litany of objects medics in Sheffield have removed from peoples nether regions.
Others include a can of deodorant, a cucumber, a Russian doll and a carnation.
Like most of the other patients, the red-faced vicar insisted to staff at the citys Northern General Hospital that his predicament was NOT the result of a sex game gone wrong.
A & E nurse Trudi Watson said: He explained to me, quite sincerely, he had been hanging curtains naked in the kitchen when he fell backwards on to the kitchen table and on to a potato.
But its not for me to question his story.
He had to undergo surgery to have it removed.
She admitted some sex-related emergencies had made staff chuckle. But she urged anyone contemplating sticking something where the sun doesnt shine to think again.
Ms Watson said: My advice? Dont do it. It can be very dangerous and potentially life-threatening. Surgery can lead to infection, nasty scarring, and it could possibly end up with the person having to use a colostomy bag as a result.
Health staff across Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster say they are no longer surprised at the things people use to spice up fun in the bedroom.
A hospital trust spokeswoman in Sheffield said: Like all busy hospitals we do see some unusual accidents.
But our staff deal with them in a discreet, professional and kind way.