To be more specific, the vagina is a sculpture from the artist Fernando de la Jara that has been in front of the Institute of Microbiology and Virology for 13 years. The teenager, like many boys his age, found himself greatly attracted to it and discovered a way to get into it, but not out.
One would imagine the boys first extrication from one of those 13-years-ago was a lot easier and more private than this experience.
He climbed into the sculpture and remained there with his legs stuck. 22 firefighters with a total of five vehicles had to rush to his aid. Also, the ambulance service was as a precaution. However, the rescue could be done by hand and without the use of equipment.
The exemption from the stone vulva was not a forceps delivery. The rescue was quickly succeeded, namely “by hand without use of equipment”. The climber was uninjured. The 120,000-euro sculpture took no damage.