Woman gets stuck in a children's toy car and has to be cut free with a bread knife

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
Zoe Archibald decided to take her one-year-old cousin's toy car for a spin [Photo: SWNS]

A woman climbed into a children’s toy car for a practical joke but after ending up stuck, she had to be cut free with a bread knife.

Zoe Archibald, 34, decided to take her one-year-old cousin’s Little Tikes mobile out for a spin during a family gathering.

But she soon learned that it was a tight squeeze after the plastic roof jammed around her shoulders.

Unable to break free, Archibald had to wait over an hour for her father, Kevin, to saw through the plastic with a bread knife in order to help.

Archibald soon found herself stuck in the toy car [Photo: SWNS]

Her 26-year-old nephew, Matthew Shepherd-Bull, couldn’t resist filming the hilarious release.

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“There was no way she could get herself out,” he said. “She was in there for an hour. We had to cut the back off the car to get her out.”

The 34-year-old's father had to cut her out of the toy car with a bread knife [Photo: SWNS]

"No matter what we did she wasn't able to get out. Everyone found it funny, even Zoe,” he continued. “She was a bit panicked but mainly found it funny. It was just a joke.”

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"Her dad had to cut her out. The best thing we could find was a bread knife."

An hour later, she broke free from the Little Tikes mobile [Photo: SWNS]

Though it was no easy exit, as it took 15 minutes for her father to saw through the plastic toy car.

So next time you’re thinking of joining in with the kids at a family BBQ, you might want to give playing cars a miss.

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