Concertgoer gets head stuck in tailpipe at Winstock

15 June, 2018, 02:19 | Author: Miranda Cannon
  • Facebook holding the sawed off exhaust pipe alongside the truck owner Tom Wold

C'mon, we've all been there: In Minnesota, a woman attending a country music festival had to be extricated by EMTs after she stuck her head inside a modified, oversized tailpipe fitted to a Chevrolet Silverado and couldn't get it out.

So the Hutchinson Leader today fills in the gap and provides her answer to the obvious question people have asked since she saw the tailpipe as an invitation at Friday's night's country music festival in Winsted, Minn.: What on earth were you thinking?

Speaking of which, it was all caught on tape and posted to Facebook by a bystander, and from there, it went viral, catapulting the 19-year-old to worldwide fame.

Authorities said the woman has since been cited for underage drinking and was escorted from the festival after being removed from the tailpipe.

She wrote: "Yeah I" m the tail pipe girl, whatchu know about it? "It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out", Kaitlyn continued. In all, she was stuck for a little over 45 minutes, and was given a medical exam right after she was freed. But it wasn't the first time she had stuck her head in the pipe that day, KARE-TV reported.


"A lot of people don't realize how serious it was", Strom told the Leader. Dont worry about it, " Strom said.

Strom didn't expect to go viral, but she's not surprised.

One person she said was surprisingly kind was Tom Wold of Darwin, the owner of the truck. The truck driver has already fixed his exhaust and is going to be working on that.

"I did not know him, but everyone who was around me knew him", she told the paper.

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