TLC 'Stuck': Who is Brittany? Woman rushed to ER after freak vibrator encounter

'Stuck' promises the craziest, most interesting, and downright incredible operations necessary to liberate items stuck within people's bodies


                            TLC 'Stuck': Who is Brittany? Woman rushed to ER after freak vibrator encounter
Brittany in TLC's 'Stuck'(Instagram @tlc)
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We are living in the golden era of sex toys. There's something for everyone, from vibrators to violators, rabbits to rings. So, let's not get carried away and lose sight of our beloved companion within our own vag. You may laugh, but it's true. You may get carried away, and the next thing you know, it's trapped within your own body.

TLC is premiering a brand-new reality show called 'Stuck,' which explores strange objects that become stuck within the human body and how medical specialists remove them. The show showcases the strangest, most intriguing, and simply amazing procedures needed to release objects stuck inside people's bodies with no simple way out.

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Recently TLC dropped a teaser for the first episode of ‘Stuck’, it will feature a woman named Brittany, who happens to lost her vibrator inside somewhere in her body. Brittany reveals her dating life, stating that she has been single for at least three years and that she has developed a masturbation obsession. And, in order to spice up her sex life, she orders a vibrator that looks like a "bumpy butt stick." She also mentions that the vibrator was blue in color and had three balls. She was so ecstatic when she got her bumpy butt stick in the mail that she raced to the bathroom to have some fun. But when there's too much fun, excitement, and oil, and you don't have many hands and you're alone, accidents are bound to happen. "Two hands, three parts," she explains, "so it had to let go of." She anticipated it to stay, but it didn't; instead, the vibrator cut to the chase and buried itself someplace in the rear of her body. Obviously, she panicked after that, just like any other human being. And how she was able to have that object removed from her with the help of medical specialists will be revealed in 'Stuck,' which will air on TLC on Wednesday, February 16 at 10 pm ET/PT.

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