A year-old from the United Kingdom named Emily Georgia reportedly ended up having to get surgery after a four-inch butt plug got stuck in her bowels. Back in March, Emily, who didn't publicly reveal her full name, and a male partner were having what she described to The Sun as a "naughty night" when her partner got "too excited" and accidentally pushed a butt plug up her anus. After attempting to get it out herself, Emily went to the hospital. An X-ray confirmed that the object had gone up her rectum, where it had the potential to puncture her bowel if not taken out quickly.
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